Tag Archives: parenting plans

Coronavirus Co-parenting Leads to Influx of Calls to Attorneys

The coronavirus and the measures taken to stop its transmission have disrupted lives throughout the United States. People who are co-parenting after a divorce or the breakup of a non-marital relationship are experiencing particular difficulties as travel is limited and custody and visitation schedules are disrupted. Family law attorneys have faced a deluge of inquiries… Read More »

Can You Use a Mediator in an Uncontested Divorce?

Even though divorce mediation is a form of dispute resolution, it is often appropriate even when no apparent conflicts exist. The New York divorce process is complicated and once a marital settlement agreement is finalized and given legal authority through a judicial order, a substantial revision is very unlikely. With so much at stake, bringing… Read More »

Make Sure You Understand the Costs of Child Custody Litigation

Concern for your children should be paramount when you are going through a divorce. Addressing their needs in a child custody proceeding can be a difficult task requiring a great deal of attention. No matter your financial situation, time and money is finite. As you go through the process, you will want to help your… Read More »

How Should I Prepare for a Child Custody Mediation Session?

Most child custody disputes arise during a divorce, but unmarried parents can also use mediation to settle custody issues, and parents who are already divorced can use mediation to adjust aspects of their parenting plan that aren’t working. But whatever circumstances you find yourself in, there are positive steps you can take to prepare yourself… Read More »

Five Tips for Child Custody Mediation

Child custody mediation usually occurs during a divorce, but unmarried parents can choose to resolve their custody issues through mediation, and divorced parents can go back to mediation when substantial changes to their circumstances require them to review and revamp their parenting plan. Whatever the circumstances of your child custody mediation, you can benefit from… Read More »