Divorce ends Marriage not Parenting!

Co-parenting starts the day the decision is made to separate. Even the most amicable separations need a plan for future co-parenting. Putting your children’s best interest first, no matter how much you may dislike the other parent, is the key to co-parenting.

If you cannot talk about co-parenting, Don't! Let professional family mediators assist your family.

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Pre - separation divorce

changes in the family often negatively influence the psychological state of parents, parental stress, anxiety and depression

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Sadness, distress are normal emotions experienced during divorce and should be expected, observe, listen, emphasise. The family should be able to honestly communicate changes and address their children’s concerns.

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A written document that outlines how parents will raise their children after separation or divorce. As co-parents its important best interests of the child and work out the practical issues.

What are the

Benefits of Family

Mediation?

  • It's a quicker process than most other methods

  • It’s voluntary 

  • It improves communication between parties

  • It's without prejudice 

  • Mediation is not formal or intimidating

  • It’s empowering as the parties strive personally to find common ground and work to  develop agreeable solutions.

  • It allows recognition and understanding

  • It's more cost effective than other processes 

  • The emotional stress of separation/divorce is minimized

  • It facilitates a unique solution

  • It’s and impartial process ( neutral 3rd party)

  • Joint decisions are made on issues related to; 

  1. Children 

  2. Finances 

  3. Contact 

  4. Care

BOOK A 

MEDIATION 

SESSION

to discuss a parenting plan

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