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Nov. 26, 2018-Relocation studies demonstrate that lack of father contact hurts children

Thus, as a set of studies [referring to the relocation studies], they provide a strong conceptual replication of the finding that separation of the child from the father by more than an hour’s drive, and the reduced parenting time that necessarily follows, is associated with a wide range of harmful consequences to the child.

William V. Fabricius (2019), “Equal Parenting Time: The Case for a Legal Presumption”, Invited paper to appear in October 2019 in the Oxford Handbook of Children and the Law, edited by J.G. Dwyer, pre-publication online early 2019, Manuscript, p. 20

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