Tips for Creating a Joint Custody Schedule for the School Year

Uncontested Divorce Mediation

Posted August 16, 2016

August is back-to-school month, which is an exciting development for a number of reasons. It’s a chance for your kids to return to the schoolhouse and get back to learning about the world.

But the school year also presents certain logistical difficulties, especially for parents in the midst of a divorce. One of your most important tasks will be to create a joint custody schedule — one that serves the best interests of your child, while meeting the demands of both parents’ busy schedules.

Fortunately, you don’t have to do this alone. Split Simple’s attorney-mediators understand the intricacies of creating a joint custody schedule. Child custody is one of the most contentious issues in a divorce, but it doesn’t have to be acrimonious.

Divorce mediation through Split Simple is conducive to productive discussions that stay focused on the important issues. Statistics show that children whose parents chose divorce mediation have better outcomes than those whose parents opted for a traditional courtroom divorce.

We will work with both spouses to craft a parenting plan that serves your child’s educational needs. This determination will be worked out in close consultation with both spouses, so you know you’ll have a say in how this schedule is created. Nothing will be imposed on you.

If you need an attorney-mediator in the Denver, Colorado area with significant experience in child custody issues, please call Split Simple today at 855-665-9920 for a free consultation.