Children often believe the signing of a document will somehow remove uncertainty from their lives, and they are puzzled when they find parents don't always agree on what it says in the divorce decree. This boy, like many of his peers, wants to see for himself what it says about finances (who is paying for extracurricular activities or college) and who has the ability to change the visitation schedule. The reasons for having a plain English (as opposed to a legalese) version of the document to show children and the ways this can help them adapt to the reality of the divorce are the major topics of the commentary.
This topic and many more are explored in Don't Divorce Your Children. To find out more about the book click on the photo.
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