I Want to See My Kids!
Practical advice for dads who want contact with their children after divorce and separation
The break up of the family will almost certainly mean the end of every day contact between a father and his child, even where he has cared for his baby since birth. For some dads, this will be too much for them to bear. Others will learn to survive without their children.
I Want to See My Kids! is a complete overview of a system that professes to protect the family – father, mother and child - but often fails in every respect.
It is a moving account of fathers who face the extreme prejudice of welfare officers, lawyers and the family courts, but refuse to lose contact with their children. Drawing on these true-life experiences, this book provides invaluable advice for all separating parents. It highlights the pitfalls and the positive steps to take in order to provide a life for children after divorce.
I Want to See My Kids! is a wake-up call to all parents. With one in two marriages ending in divorce and two thirds of these affecting children, this could happen to anyone – even to you.
- Robin Hood Press, March 2012
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