What Texas Fathers Must Do To Get Primary Child Custody In A Divorce

Children who have fathers positively and directly involved in their lives have fewer behavior problems, show higher levels of sociability, and perform better in school. The old rule that moms always get custody is no longer the rule. As a result of the continuing evolution of fathers’ rights, Courts are now recognizing a father’s ability to care for his children as an equal to that of the mother.

Parental Alienation Is Child Abuse

Parental Alienation Is Child Abuse! What children of divorce most want and need is to maintain healthy and strong relationships with both of their parents, and to be shielded from their parents’ conflicts. Some parents, however, in an effort to bolster their parental identity, create an expectation that children choose sides. Learn why this is a problem and how to stop it!