February 2017 Archives

An athletic field can be a place to bond with your daughter

If you're a father, you may equate tossing a ball around in the backyard or shooting baskets in the driveway as the kinds of activities that are primarily enjoyed by boys. But sports can also be a great inroad for bonding with your daughter.

As a grandparent, you can make your house rules fun

Of course, you always loved your children, but with all the frustrations, you may have wondered what reward you would eventually get for all of your hard work. Then your children had children of their own and you discovered the joys of being a grandparent. And now, one of the greatest pleasures of your life is spending time with your grandchildren.

Divorcing fathers should push to create a parenting agreement

As a father going through the divorce process, you'll have many things on your mind. In addition to the actual split from your wife, you need to consider what this will mean to your future with regard to raising your children.

How can I make sure my support payments go for my child's needs?

If part of your paycheck is dedicated to making child support payments, you likely want every penny of that money to go toward covering your child's expenses. And as long as your child needs are being properly addressed, then you can feel good submitting those payments every month.

When it comes to providing for your child, sometimes less is more

It's only natural to want your child's love and affection. And if you are in the process of divorcing, you may wonder how it will affect your relationship with your child. It is very easy to worry that your child may hold resentments against you. Fair or not, sometimes a child will hold one parent particularly responsible for the split.

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