Post-Divorce

March 1, 2012    Family Disputes - Mediation

MEDIATION WORKS FOR DIVORCED PARENTS FACING CHANGING CIRCUMSTANCES

When post-divorce changes in parenting arrangements or child or spousal support are desired by one or both parties due to significant changes in circumstances such as relocations, new living or work situations, or changes in the lives of the children, parents welcome having a safe, impartial environment to discuss these types of issues. When appropriate and desired, mediation may also involve people outside the immediate conflict, such as stepparents or grandparents, new spouses or significant others, as well as older children involved in the conflict, such as decisions about which college or university to attend.

Mediators of Louise Phipps Senft & Associates/Baltimore Mediation believe in Better Process…Better Outcome.