"If divorced spouses have a working relationship, they can agree to informally bypass some stipulations," Finley says.
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"That's no doubt the biggest mistake," says Buser, who is based in Houston.
Buser says that men often jump into dating because they're lonely, vulnerable, and sad, and they're looking for someone to help them feel better.
Divorced men are also more prone to alcohol problems, so be careful of starting down that road.
"You don't have to drink every day to have a problem," Buser says.
"You don't want to be seen as an enemy or an antagonist but as a co-parent," says Arizona State University professor emeritus of psychology Sanford L. "I'm not saying that that will be easy, but everybody will be better off." Braver, co-author of Divorced Dads: Shattering the Myths, recommends that men consider conflict and anger management classes.
In his research, he's found that when dads learn how to put compromises before conflict and competition, both the kids and the parents do better.
"Maintaining the relationship is important for your child's developmental outcome: social, emotional, and educational." Finley warns against becoming what he calls a "Disneyland dad," who acts as if his role is to show up on weekends and show the kids a good time.