Resolving Disputes over Your Child’s Extracurricular Activities
Uncontested Divorce Mediation
Posted October 7, 2016
Extracurricular activities are important for your child. They're fun, they're compelling and they can help your child's college admission case down the road. You absolutely want to support your child's extracurricular activities.
But the fact remains that these activities can be time consuming, and in some cases they can even be controversial. It's not unusual for parents to disagree on the wisdom of an activity or on the proper schedule for a child.
As you can see, child custody is just one of the issues that need to be resolved during a divorce mediation session. During your mediation process, you'll need to look forward and create a system for handling potential conflicts.
Split Simple's attorney-mediators will work with both spouses to craft a parenting plan that creates such a system. The parenting plan will include schedules and details on how to handle the costs of education and other child care expenses.
Perhaps most importantly, our mediation process will keep things amicable between you and your spouse, ensuring that there is a strong foundation for future conversations. This foundation will also ensure that conversations about a child's extracurricular activities will focus on what's right for your child.
If you're considering a divorce in the Denver, Colorado area and you're concerned about child custody or other difficult issues, please call Split Simple today at 855-665-9920 for a free consultation.
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