Family means no one gets left behind or forgotten -Stiers, David Ogden

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Family means no one gets left behind or forgotten -Stiers, David Ogden

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  1. Donna

    This is true, unless a divorce rips a family apart. Many father's are deprived of exercising their roles in their children's lives, due to a lack of time. In most divorce cases, mother's receive primary custody of the children, and when she remarries, her new husband has more time to exercise the role of a father in the children's lives than their actual father. Most fathers receive every other weekend with their children, along with, maybe, two days during the week when they can see their children for 3 hours. A good mother, in most cases, does not have to fight for adequate time with the children. A good father, in most cases, does. Legal battles of this sort are very expensive. The average working man, esp. one who is already paying child support, and their monthly bills, simply can not afford it. I believe the laws need to change. Children need a father's love as much as they need a mother's love. They also need to spend as much time with their father as they spend with their mother. Joint custody should be mandatory, unless there is ample proof, beyond a reasonable doubt, of abuse on the mother's part or the father's part .

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  2. Donna

    Family means no one gets left behind or forgotten -Stiers, David Ogden
    Unfortunately, this truth is all too often forgotten.

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