This book provides practical hard-to-find help to fathers who are separated from their kids. It covers various relevant areas from legal and financial to emotional and recreational. This work is delivered in a down-to-earth and accessible style. Contents: 1. Separation; 2. Seeing your kids:the first few months; 3. Contact arrangements; 4. Court orders: dealing with family courts; 5. Mediation services; 6. Your financial responsibility to your children; 7. Ongoing parenting: become a great dad; 8. Building your own support network; 9. Paternity issues; 10. Parent Alienation Syndrome; Useful contacts; Index.
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(233mm x 155mm x 21mm)
How To Books Ltd
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Author Biography - Steve Davies
Steve Davies is himself a divorced dad. He has interviewed many other fathers in the same situation and hopes that their combined experience will help others, not only to adapt to their new circumstances, but to forge strong, ongoing relationships with their children. He lives in Dutton, Cheshire.