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Help to Get Out of Court or Stay Out of Court

Resolving disputes outside of court takes a mindset that suggests court is just out of the question. Once someone adopts that mindset, then attention can be focused on other more creative ways to facilitate settlement and a more productive co-parenting relationship. 846 more words

Separated parents: Do You Spill Out Onto Your Kids?

Her friend only said, her son looked like his father. Unfortunately that was enough to create disdain. From then on, she treated him differently. She was unable to look at her son and not think of her former husband. 751 more words

A Dose of Reality to Settle Parenting Disputes

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Thank goodness there are those lawyers, often those trained in either mediation or Collaborative Law, who seek to keep their warring clients from going nuclear at court. 825 more words

Settling Parenting Disputes at Court? Fuggedaboudit.

In the midst of parental separation feelings run high. If there are complicating factors such as violence, abuse and infidelity, those feelings typically run even higher. 1,068 more words

Resolving Child Custody/Access Disputes - What you need to know.

Think twice about Court involved strategies to resolve child custody/access disputes.

If you can’t settle your parenting plan and turn to an assessment to inform the Court as to the best interest of your children, consider this: 738 more words

Sentiments from Children of High Conflict Separated Parents

There is a sub-group of separated parents who get stuck in unremitting conflict. They are known as high conflict separated parents. In having met with hundreds of children subject to high conflict separated parents, I have learned of the children’s common issues and predicaments. 448 more words