Why is it important to have both parents in their children's lives post-divorce?

By Rosalyn Charles
October 21, 2016

Well, it's very basic. Kids love their parents, and unless there is some overriding reason that a child for some reason has been alienated from that parent and that parent has been the one to do the alienation, most kids want their parents involved in their lives. It makes for a well-rounded adult psychologically, emotionally, in all levels. It's just the way it should be.

Rosalyn Charles is a family lawyer practicing in Newark, New Jersey.

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