Category Archives: Divorce Mediation

Telling Your Children About Your Divorce

Divorce is very upsetting and frightening, especially for children. Therefore, it is particularly important that you do everything possible to minimize the fear and anxiety that your children are likely to experience. The first and most important step in preparing your children for these changes is the way you tell your children about the divorce. Here are … Continue reading Telling Your Children About Your Divorce

How to Co-Parent After Your Divorce

Co-parenting is the process by which parents who do not live together communicate and work with each other to promote their children’s best interests, including their children’s having an ongoing and healthy relationship with both parents. Co-parenting does not necessarily mean equal and identical relationships with the children–each parent is a unique individual with his/her strengths and … Continue reading How to Co-Parent After Your Divorce

Helping Your Children Cope with Your Divorce

There are three distinct phases in the process of helping your children to accept the significant changes created by your divorce, to adapt to those changes, and to eventually establish a new reality that allows your children to live happy, healthy and productive lives.The first phase of the process is for both of you, as a team, … Continue reading Helping Your Children Cope with Your Divorce

7 Reasons to Choose Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation empowers both of you: The primary role of attorneys in litigation and collaborative divorce is to represent your separate interests first and foremost at the expense of shared goals and cooperative problem-solving. In the process, you lose your voice as your representatives “fight for your rights,” thereby focusing on your differences and on blame for the past. … Continue reading 7 Reasons to Choose Divorce Mediation