Clients who have children will continue in a permanent relationship as co-parents despite a divorce.
Throughout your child's life, there will be many decisions to be made in consideration of his or her well-being. Parents must be able to communicate about these important decisions.
As children get older, new conflicts emerge between divorced parents. Denise understands that these situations are frustrating and emotional. Denise can help parents negotiate issues so they can put the anger and hurt behind them and get on with the business of parenting together.
Denise can help when you:
- Enter a new significant relationship
- Experience changes in employment and income
- Must adapt to the changing needs of your children
- Experience an illness or the illness of your children
During the first 2 to 5 years after a divorce, there will most likely be many events in each adult client's life that will repeatedly require emotional adjustment for them and their children. Denise is available to assist all members of the family through these difficult transitions.
Mediation is much better suited to these emotional issues than the traditional adversarial court setting. It can also help parents establish a better communication system for the future years of co-parenting.
Sometimes parents have a difference of opinions when it comes to parenting decisions. Denise can help you:
- Compromise on rules and boundaries
- Find common ground