Yeah kind of because when it comes to serious things like divorce even though the advice may sound well sound. A 13 year old kid has no knowledge or experience in that area I mean they don't really need to be giving advice for stuff like that, but that is just my opinion.
Their advice isn't necessarily bad, you should always consider the source and use it to build perspective, not necessarily draw conclusions. Sometimes 13 year olds are right because they've done research. To say they are wrong simply because they are 13 would be invalid reasoning.
I do take it into consideration with the advice, it doesn't make it less vallid but it may come from a different experiance then mine. Asking a 13 year old about relationships and love is going to get a vastly different answer (in most cases) then talking to it from a 34 year old.
It doesn't make there opinions less valuable, it just means they may not apply to me. I also take it into account when answering or refusing to answer there questions, some things are better left unspoiled.
If their advice is relevant and I value their opinion then I don't take their age into consideration. Some teenagers on here are very caring, compassionate, and level- headed so can offer comfort and support to other users.
You don't necessarily have to experience something in your life to be able to provide good advice to people. They may have divorced parents, so know first hand what it's like for those going through a divorce.
Quite often, I have valued some teenagers opinions over a person in their 40's advice.