Putting Children First
Mediation services for creating Parenting Plans and strengthening Co-Parent relationships using the “Peaceful Journey” method.
Helping parents navigate divorce and co-parenting relationships for over 20 years.
Our mediation is a softer, gentler approach for establishing a Parenting Plan. In mediation, you and your child’s other parent will work out the details of your co-parenting plan – taking into consideration the needs and best interest of your children.
Get the help you need with our tools for effective communication with your co-parent. We’ll work together to define and explore the unique needs of the relationship with a focus on strategies that benefit your children.
how to get started
Beginning the Journey
A successful co-parent relationship is willingness to begin the journey into your future, so your child can move forward into theirs.
We’ll work together designing a Parenting Plan for cooperation moving forward and use Co-Parent Coaching to strategize and support you along the way.
Think about what you want your child’s future to look like and we can make a plan to guide their way. This is what it really means to root for your child!
the parenting plan
The goal of mediation is for co-parents to agree upon a formal Parenting Plan that gives them a blueprint for decision-making regarding their children. A Parenting Plan is a legal, binding document. You do not need a lawyer to create a Parenting Plan and will save both time and money by using our professional mediation services to come to an agreement.
Prepare more thoroughly for your mediation sessions or learn tips and strategies for your co-parenting relationship with our Educational Resources. These informative worksheets are included in our mediation services and are available at a discounted rate for our email subscribers.
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