Say What You Do and Do What You Say

When going through a divorce where children are involved, some guidelines can be followed to help the transition for the children. Research shows that children in homes with a unified parenting approach have greater well-being. Commit to open dialogue with your children. You should always say what you are going to do. For example, if … Learn more

Successful Mediation Supports Positive Relationships with your Children

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Children always benefit from an open and healthy relationship with both parents when the parents are willing to set aside their parenting differences. Mediation provides an excellent venue for all involved to sit together and design a parenting plan that works for everyone. This process includes conflict resolution and child-centered parenting plans that work for everyone.  When mediating … Learn more