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Between small 3DWhat’s the real agenda behind opposing shared custody?: Data, particularly that supplied by Wake Forest professor Dr. Linda Nielsen, support the premise that shared custody is best for most children of divorced parents, especially as it applies to non-custodial fathers. She has well-documented research (http://bit.ly/i7Nwtb) that indicates children want to spend more time with their dad, children who live with each parent after a divorce prefer this to living with one parent, and children with a dad actively involved are less likely to encounter problems later in life.

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