Creating a Parenting Plan When Both Parties Disagree on the Details
Uncontested Divorce Mediation
Posted August 19, 2016
At Split Simple, we have a saying: there's no problem mediation can't solve. We say this with confidence, because we've worked with countless couples who came to us convinced there was no solution for their disagreements.
The subject of these disagreements is often child custody. For many Denver-area couples, child custody is one of the most controversial and divisive issues in a divorce. Both parties love their children, and in the heat of a divorce, it's easy to convince yourselves that the best interests of your child are perfectly in line with your interests.
When crafting a parenting plan, there are dozens of issues that have to be resolved. It's far from unusual for the two parties to disagree on a number of them. How will you work through these disagreements?
Split Simple's divorce mediation process is designed to do just that. Divorce mediation is an environment in which difficult issues are hashed out through productive conversations that stay focused and on-task. Statistics show that children whose parents chose divorce mediation have better outcomes than those whose parents opted for a traditional courtroom divorce.
Split Simple's attorney-mediators will work with both parties in a fair and objective fashion. We have experience resolving disagreements and finding equitable solutions to seemingly intractable problems.
If you're considering divorce in the Denver, Colorado area and you want an attorney-mediator with experience resolving child custody disagreements, please call Split Simple today at 855-665-9920 for a free consultation.
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