Written by the founder of the Father Resource Network, this book is filled with practical advice for divorced dads who want to preserve their relationship with their children and stay involved. There are sections on taking care of yourself, setting up your new home, communicating with your ex, getting legal help, managing stress, and more.
This practical book provides valuable instruction for dads who are both going through and have gone through the divorce-custody process. Filled with practical instruction on how to relate with your children and your ex during this difficult time of transition, Knox's book is a must-read for divorced dads. Bly also addresses specific concerns related to dating, introducing a new partner, and remarrying. Includes a chapter for gay fathers, as well.
This is an eye-opening self-help book that will guide you through all steps of the divorce-custody process. While the tone may be alarming for many divorced dads, the factual information shared makes it well worth your read. Robert Seindenberg is one of the original co-founders of the father's right organization Fathers for Virginia . His coauthor, William Dawes, is an attorney and contributes valuable legal expertise to the book. Especially for dads who are in the early stages of the divorce-custody process, this is an important book to read.
This is another great choice for dads in the early stages of the divorce-custody process. However, it also includes tips for restoring your relationship with your kids after the divorce is finalized. Includes resources for dads about how to find a lawyer, what to expect before, during, and after litigation, the pros and cons of mediation, and a sample shared parenting agreement. Father's Rights is a valuable survival-guide and legal primer for any dad in the midst of a child custody dispute.
Tired of the negative rhetoric aimed at dads? This book is the result of a long-term study of divorced dads, conducted by co-author and psychologist, Sanford Braver. While the book was first published in 1998, the myths outlined by Braver and O'Connel still, unfortunately, exist today. That's why this book, written in defense of divorced dads, is still worth your read. Some of the myths addressed in the book include: the idea that men initiate divorce, that divorced dads choose not to pay child support, and that they benefit financially in the aftermath of divorce.