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Custody disputes and mediation

On Behalf of | Sep 7, 2018 | Family Law |

Working through a dispute involving child custody can certainly be difficult any married couple. Aside from worries about how much time you will be able to spend with your child once you have split up with your spouse to concerns about how these changes could affect your child, there may be various worries on your mind. As a result, you should try to resolve this situation as efficiently as possible, prioritizing your child’s best interests and carefully reviewing the details of your case. In doing so, you may be able to ease some of these concerns and for some people, turning to a mediator is a great way to resolve these issues.

If you and the other parent of your child disagree on child custody matters, you may be able to work toward a more ideal solution by moving ahead with this type of divorce. Increased communication and other benefits associated with this process can make it much easier to find a positive outcome, such as saving time and money while reducing stress associated with litigation.

You may not be able to consider taking this route, especially if you are completely unable to communicate with your spouse or there are other serious challenges surrounding your divorce, such as accusations of domestic violence. However, this process has been a lifeline for many couples who wish to bring their marriage to an end and resolve difficult divorce matters in a more ideal environment. If you have children, it is particularly important to make your divorce as easy as possible.