We’re Stuck!

Sometimes in mediation it will seem as though the parties have made great progress during their session but by the time we meet again things have unravelled. Sometimes this is just part of the normal process as people work through everything emotionally and cognitively and after another session they’ve got it worked out and an agreement is well underway.

5 Things to Consider When Creating Your Parenting Plan in Separation

When parents who are separating come to Family Mediation, often, the number one issue that needs to be resolved is Parenting Time. In other words, the schedule you will follow for when your children spend time with each parent. The schedule you create will lay the ground work for other pieces of your overall Parenting Plan such as Parent Responsibilities and Child Support. Here are 5 things to consider when creating your Parenting Schedule.

Your Separation Checklist

Whether you’ve got your Separation Agreement in hand or you’re still working toward getting it done, there is a lot to think about when you are going through the separation process. So here’s a helpful list of practical things that need to get done. It can feel overwhelming. So just choose one or two things a day to accomplish and before you know it, you’ll have got it all done.

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