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What can a part-time father do to maintain a bond with his child?

A divorce is never easy for a family. It can be especially difficult for a father who no longer lives in the same house as his children. In this situation, a man may feel unsure about his place in his children's lives. In setting the stage for this next phase of his life, a man has many important decisions to make which could affect his relationship with his children.

If you are a man who is facing the prospect of transitioning into the role of part-time father, there are some things you can do to help ensure that your bond with your child is maintained. Here are a few tips for that could help enhance your parenting time:

  • Let your child know that he or she is your top priority. Remember, actions speak louder than words. If your child should call or want your attention, then do what you can to address his or her needs.
  • Find activities or interests that you and your child can share. Any activity, such as fishing or taking care of a pet, gives you and your child a common interest through which you can bond.
  • Establish and maintain a routine. Children prefer consistency. Adhering to a schedule can help provide a sense of security for a child who is also in a period of transition.

Altering your life to accommodate your new circumstances can be daunting, but it's well worth the effort if you want to maintain a strong relationship with your child. However, your efforts could be stymied if your ex-spouse is unwilling to grant you the visitation time to which you are entitled.

If you are a father who is being obstructed from spending time with your child, a Colorado family law attorney may be able to help you correct this situation. If necessary, the attorney could represent your interests in court as you seek to have your visitation rights enforced.

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