As parents, you are not new to the world of mediation since you are experienced in mediating with your children and between your children. You may not, however, have considered mediation with a trained neutral mediator to resolve parenting issues with your coparent.
The same issues that divorcing parents face about their children also have to be resolved by you. These issues may include education, religion, parenting time or what rules about homework, bedtimes, screen time and even dating and curfews should apply when your child is with you or with their other parent. You may also need to resolve issues of custody, child support and contributions to private schools, post-secondary education and beyond.
If one of your children has special needs, there are additional issues to address including medical, guardianship and financial.
Let me help you find a solution that benefits you, your co-parent and your children with less conflict and tension than going to court.