By Katie Davis
Father's Day in post-divorce years can be tough, particularly if the divorce happened fairly recently.
Recently, a number of different attorneys and partners with the DadsDivorce sponsor, Cordell & Cordell, wished all dads a "Happy Father's Day" in 2014.
Enjoy this video, and listen to the attorneys' best wishes during this 2014 Father's Day week.
Your father is like the best father in the world. And you should feel bad because you always gyp him with a really cheap present — dumb ties.
Make the gift count by actually putting some thought into it and get him something he really wants.
By Richard Thomas
Board Member, Illinois Fathers
This Father's Day, cherish the moments you have with your children. Now is the time to reach out to fathers who are unjustly kept from their children and remind them that although judges can take their kids away, judges can never take your children out of your heart.
We have seen firsthand the psychological, social and emotional havoc wreaked on children by family courts, which routinely "award" non-custodial parents very little parenting time with their children.
We simply can no longer ignore the impact on children who are not having substantial contact with BOTH parents. This child that witnesses the court grant such measly time towards visitation is left hurt and wondering. Is bonding not important?
When a child grows up without constant, substantial contact with the non-custodial parent (mostly fathers) the consequences are serious and life altering.
By Richard "RJ" Jaramillo
Founder of SingleDad.com
Happy Father's Day to all divorced dads out there celebrating a special holiday this Sunday. I wish all dads a special day filled with quality family time and loving memories.
I know I will be celebrating this year with my parents and children out in my back yard, (pool side and something savory in the barbeque).
As our attention turns to Father’s Day, I wanted to share some of the changes I have recently discovered with my fatherhood.
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