Shared custody increases contact with grandparents

The findings of Maaike Jappens have appeared this week in the Child and family blog. Her results show (amongst others) that the residence arrangement of children is important when it comes to keeping contact with grandparents on both the mother’s and father’s side. When a child resides at the mother for example, their contact with the grandparents on the father’s side will significantly decrease. Her results also show that having contact with grandparents has a positive influence on children’s mental health after the divorce.

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