MY EX’S SIGNIFICANT OTHER/SPOUSE INTERFERES WITH PARENTING. WHAT SHOULD I DO?

More often than not, after you’ve gone through a divorce, you or our spouse, or both, will find new partners. When this happens, it can be stressful for everyone involved, including the new partner, to stick to a parenting plan that works. Because tension is often high in a divorce already, when a new partner is factored in, there are new fears and tensions that you might not have been prepared for. At Amber M. Serwat Mediation, we’ll help make sure you and your spouse continue with your agreed upon parenting schedule and parenting plan, regardless of any new spouses or partners. With us, you can find solace knowing that, no matter how the parenting dynamic changes once a new partner is included in the mix, your parenting plan doesn’t have to change.

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The Truth About Co-Parenting

Help Parenting After DivorceIf anyone says that co-parenting is easy – be skeptical. It can be a wonderful collaboration and example of teamwork under trying times. But not easy. Divorced parents are forced to figure out a way to work together for the benefit of the children while putting on a happy face to avoid upsetting the children. There is an enormous learning curve with blending families and Co-Parenting Effectively with your ex. Amber M. Serwat Mediation (AMS Mediation) provides Non-Judgmental Parenting Services that are a great resource for developing successful Parenting Partnerships.

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