Pathways through Separation and Divorce
CoParenting: It’s not a competition between two homes. It’s a collaboration of parents doing what is best for the kids – Heather Hetchler
This website will help provide pathways for families needing to navigate the good, bad, and sometimes sad experiences of co-parenting through separation and divorce.
This is probably one of the most difficult challenges any parent could face – learning to love the other parent enough to make the children first – Iyanla Vanzant.
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This website will be a useful resource. The CoParent Lifeline is a question and answer form where parents learn to navigate the mystery, minefields and magic of co-parenting. Wish I Knew More About provides articles from across the web – offering co-parenting tips, the emotional stages of separation and divorce, mediation and other relevant topics. Your Child’s CoParenting Rules101 short stories told by the adult children of divorce.
Divorce and Family Mediation
Mediation is a softer, gentler approach to establishing a parenting agreement. In mediation, you and your child’s other parent can work out the details of your co-parenting arrangement – taking in to consideration the needs and best interest of your children. The benefit of a parenting plan is fewer mistakes, fewer arguments, happy and healthier children (and parents). Why choose mediation? Mediation:
What topics will we cover in Mediation?
What topics will we cover in Mediation? We focus exclusively on Parenting Agreements. Parents can choose the topics they want to discuss and settle.
We offer a flat fee of 160.00 per couple for mediation services. This cost includes the initial telephone intake assessment, a four-hour mediation session and the preparation of the formal parenting agreement/memorandum of understanding provided to the parents. Evening and weekend appointments available. Appointment Required