The tradition of a father getting once or twice-a-month weekends with his children following divorce may be changing. The Washington Post reports
that more are agreeing to collaborative parenting in their divorce. Legislatures in 20 states will consider bills to encourage shared parenting or make it a legal presumption, even when parents can’t agree. It follows years of lobbying by fathers’ rights advocates who say divorced fathers feel estranged from their children and overburdened by child support payments. Read more about the trend in this story at The Washington Post.