relationships with alternative caregivers such as grandparents when the parent is unavailable due to incarceration. D., University of Michigan, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 57(4 October, 1987.when the non-custodial parent is perceived as lost, the young adult is more depressed. Divorce also has terrible and lasting effects on today's society, marriages are less likely to last as they did 20 years ago. Divorce and separation are known to result in a decline in living standards. Parents caregivers and social workers' attitudes also play a role in visitation patterns.
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Effects of divorce on children 964 words - 4 pages Presently divorce effects numerous marriages and many of these families include children. The social welfare system needs to be involved with the family members of incarcerated parents to provide coordination between their services and the needs of the imprisoned parent (visitation, reentry services and, in turn, these activities need to be coordinated with the criminal justice system. Unfortunately, some things do not always work out as hoped and planned for them to, and marriages fall apart. These parents have an estimated.3 million children. Before the incarceration, teen Mental Disorders during incarceration, and during the reunion phase after incarceration, different factors modify children's reactions.