Child Support and Co-Parenting Mediation

This type of mediation is used by parents, who are already divorced or by parents who were never married.  It provides a venue for continued discussion and resolution of issues that arise related to your children as they grow older.  Parents can promptly address and resolve issues in a way that is responsive to their children’s needs and emotional sensitivities, setting aside their own emotions.  Here are some examples:

Parenting Plans & Agreements

  • Day-To-Day Decision Making
  • Household Rules
  • Discipline
  • Friends
  • Discussion of Events/Issues
  • Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking/Sex
  • Visitation – Immediate & Extended Family
  • Education, e.g., Private School, Post-High School Studies, Religious Studies, Educational Financial Responsibility

Modification or clarification of any issue addressed in the original Custody or the Property Settlement Agreement