This paper is going to be about the various effects of divorce. I will look at three different ways that divorce effects the children. I will first look at the ways that divorce affects a students academic achievement. I will then look at the effects that divorce has on relationships with both parents and other people and lastly I will examine the emotional effects of divorce. The effects of divorce on children can change almost all aspects of a person's life including where they live, with whom they live with, their standard of living, their emotional happiness, their assets and liabilities, time spent with parent and other family, and so much more. A number of children have plenty of trouble in schools but it’s not all thanks to divorce. Some kids act wrong in school but that’s just a problem with the way the parent deals with their children. Children of divorce have a diminished ability to initiate or maintain a long-term relationship and/or to sustain a marriage in the future. There are some positive effects of divorce too but most of them are negative.
Academic achievement is one of the significant effects of divorce on children. Divorce interrupts stable monitoring, problem solving, and consistent discipline, and each of them contribute to failing at school and deviant peer association.  If the parent is too busy working or taking care of the house then she/he won’t be able to see what their kid is doing. Divorced parents tend to be less consistent, exercise less control, and do less monitoring over children.  Without the parents monitoring the kids may hang out with criminals and the parent won’t even become aware of it. Hanging out with awful people will in turn impact the kid’s performance in school. If the children obtain many liberties they might feel like they are in control of the parent. In a divorce children feel that they can do whatever they want because they feel that one parent is not enough to keep them in