Co-parenting time in Stuart – Is co-parenting a good idea?
In the middle of a divorce, you may not want to create a detailed co-parenting plan, especially if you and your ex have some sort of agreement. However, establishing co-parenting time in Stuart will be quite important for you, your ex, and your child(ren) in the future.
The term “child custody” was removed from Florida law in 2008. The issue is now discussed in terms of parental responsibility and time sharing. Parties are required to submit a parenting plan that sets out the time-sharing schedule agreed to between Mom and Dad.
Co-parenting time should be established thinking about what is best for the child(ren) and not what is more convenient for the adults. As such, the best option is to go for a mediated approach to co-parenting time in Stuart with Kohn Mediation.
The process of mediation is one of self-determination and empowerment, leaving the parties in control of their own destiny. In mediation, the parties will work on coming up with an agreeable schedule that considers their desires and the best interests of their child/children.
Michelle Kohn is dedicated to the process of mediation, to remaining impartial and neutral throughout, and to approaching each case with respect and understanding. Michelle is a firm believer that it is possible to settle family law disputes without damaging relationships forever.
If you would like to learn more about co-parenting time in Stuart, Michelle Kohn can help. Michelle’s mediation training and experience in family law has prepared her to work with couples interested in resolving a co-parenting plan without the expense and stress of litigation.