Child custody battles are almost always emotional. Combine tense situations with legal fees and lengthy courtroom trials, and the whole process can be overwhelming and psychologically draining. However, child custody matters do not need to be addressed in a courtroom. In many states, Florida included, child custody can be negotiated through mediation. If you are considering using a mediator, you probably have many questions. We can answer them and help you understand the process.
There is very good evidence that parents with disagreements about custody and shared parenting time who use Child Custody Mediation in Martin County spend much more time with their children and have far better relationships with them all the way around than parents who litigate. You may no longer be husband and wife, but you will always be Mommy and Daddy.
Children want and need both parents to actively participate in their lives. If you want to be able to sit together comfortably and share children's sporting events, recitals, birthdays, graduations, weddings, and birth of grandchildren, then Child Custody Mediation in Martin County is the best way to go. Parents who negotiate, compromise, and put their children's interests first have well-adjusted children with healthy relationships of their own.
Child custody fights over parental rights and responsibilities, managing conservatorship, and shared parenting plans possession, access, visitation) are costly and devastate children by putting them in the middle of a parental tug of war. With Child Custody Mediation in Martin County, you can reduce the level of conflict, protect children, negotiate child support, and customize a custody and parenting plan that works for the whole family!
If you would like to learn more about Mediation Practice, Michelle Kohn can help. Michelle’s mediation training and experience in family law has prepared her to work with couples interested in resolving their divorce without the expense and stress of litigation.