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Essential information about divorce, alimony, child custody and much more for men and fathers at any stage of divorce.
The National Parenting Center
Welcome to The Natural Child Project! Our vision is a world in which all children are treated with dignity, respect, understanding, and compassion. In such a world, every child can grow into adulthood with a generous capacity for love and trust. Our society has no more urgent task.
A free, confidential, and interactive website
for divorcing and divorced parents focused on protecting children from some of the negative effects of divorce.
Legal referrals
Advice and help
Professional listings and information
Women helping women
The Divorce Center
Helping Children Deal with Divorce
The decision to end a marriage is a difficult one that takes a huge emotional toll on the adults involved. When there are children, the impact and consequences of divorce increase significantly. Because of the impact and disruption that divorce has on children, parents must make the right steps in how they interact with their kids during this time.
Co-parenting without the confusion
Co-parenting and child custody can be easy, create parenting time schedules/plans in minutes, share activities, trade days, track child support, send messages, make journal entries and keep accurate records in one convenient place!
Family & Children Services is the provider of the seminar “Helping Children Cope with Divorce”. They also have many other wonderful programs designed to assist divorcing families.
100 Fantastic Family Health Resources
Divorce and Children
Rosalind Sedacca
Divorce Magazine
Professional help
Child Development/Links to related information
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“I lived half a week with one parent, the second half with the other.  Weekends were alternated.  If this sounds confusing, it was.  I had to keep track of everything with a calendar.” Phoebe, 13 yrs., main character in The Divorce Express