A study conducted by the University of Chicago and Georgetown University revealed that children whose parents divorce when they are between three and five years old are more likely to have to behavior problems than older children, such as middle school or adolescent children.

That divorce has an adverse impact on child development should come as a surprise to no one; considering the emotional and daily routine disruption of moving from a two parent household to a single parent household, there undoubtedly be a lasting impression left on a young child.Continue Reading Study Indicates that Divorce Adversely Affects Childhood Development