Divorce - Custody

My parents think they're the victims of this divorce. What about me?

Even though your marriage has dissolved, your role as a parent continues. Your ability to sustain co-parenting after divorce and have a positive impact on your children is highly dependent on your ability to problem solve and communicate together on issues relating to your children's welfare.

The solution is to find a means of devising a co-parenting plan that assists your children through the process of separation and divorce and provides for their future needs.

At CMDR, mediation does just that.

At the Centre for Mediation & Dispute Resolution, we realize that parents, not the courts, are best suited for devising a parenting plan that is in the children's best interest. We realize that children need not be the victims. Through mediation, parents will understand the effects of divorce on their children and will structure a parenting plan that provides for both legal and physical custody of their children. Mediation will also help sort through decisions regarding education, medical care and treatment, and the myriad of decisions that goes into providing a safe and loving home for children.

Visit our knowledge base for interesting articles like the ones below:

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To schedule an appointment, please call 781-239-1600 or e-mail us at cmdr@cmdronline.com