Many people strongly believe that there is still a gender bias against fathers in the family court system when it comes to child custody. Is there any truth to this belief? What do divorce statistics show? And what can a father do to protect himself from the court’s prejudice and remain bonded with his children after divorce?
If a father believes that he has been treated unfairly in court, this podcast on child custody and gender bias offers steps he can take to remain an equal parent after divorce.
Host: Dan Couvrette, CEO and Publisher of Divorce Magazine and DivorcedMoms.com
Speaker: Cathy Meyer, Master Certified Coach (MCC), Certified Legal Investigator and Marriage Enrichment Coach
Cathy Meyer‘s main focus is to help create positive change for those experiencing divorce. Cathy is an original founder and the Managing Editor of DivorcedMoms.com, where she works closely with other divorce professionals and divorced moms who also write about divorce. DivorcedMoms.com is the Internet’s largest community dedicated to empowering women through the divorce process and has 5,000,000 page views per year. She has blogged for the Huffington Post and appeared on several Huffington Post Live segments.
Child Custody Gender Bias in the Family Court System
In this podcast, Cathy and Dan share their experiences with custody and parenting after their own divorce. They offer opinions from the perspective of both genders, including the importance of divorced fathers in their children’s lives.
You’ll hear tips to help you handle conflict, frustration, and differing co-parenting styles – as well as some of the secrets to successful co-parenting. Finally, Cathy offers a list of critical questions to ask yourself before making any decisions regarding divorce and parenting.