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Divorce Mediation Services by Me

by Amber M. Serwat

Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) Resolution Services In MinnesotaAMS Mediation has become a leader in providing divorce mediation services for couples in the Minnesota area. There are many reasons for this, of course, but chief among them is that we genuinely care about our clients and work from a place of empathy, as well as expertise, as we provide our divorce mediation services. We want to help divorcing couples achieve the best possible results


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Burnsville Divorce Mediator

by Amber M. Serwat

Burnsville Divorce MediatorAMS Mediation is a a Burnsville divorce mediator with the experience and acquired skills necessary to help you end your marriage more peacefully for all involved. Our team has helped many local couples who are finalizing divorce proceedings. Our staff’s knowledge of Minnesota divorce law is comprehensive and our ability to help you understand how it affects you and your divorce will help you navigate the difficult process. We work hard to make your work easier and less stressful so you can focus on healing. We approach our work this way because we know, first-hand, just how stressful and painful working toward the dissolution of a marriage can be.


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By Law Do Mothers Have Greater Custody Rights?

by Amber M. Serwat

By Law Do Mothers Have Greater Custody Rights? | Custody Mediation Services Burnsville, MNIt is a somewhat common myth that the court system favors the mother in divorce custody disputes. These assumptions are based on the long held tradition that mothers are, generally speaking, more often the primary caregivers for the children in a family. Today, however, it is just as common for mothers to work outside the home and child custody agreements are based on what is in the best interest of the children, not on who spends more time at home…


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Dakota County Custody Evaluator

by Amber M. Serwat

Dakota County Custody EvaluatorIf you and your ex-spouse are unable or unwilling to reach your own agreement on child custody matters, the court may appoint a Custody Evaluator (CE) to make an informed recommendation. The Dakota County District Court may have to step to require both parties to work with a professional evaluator who is trained in areas related to the child’s wellbeing.


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Child Custody Evaluation Services

by Amber M. Serwat

Child Custody Evaluation ServicesThe term child custody does not reflect only on the actual physical custody of a minor child. It also refers the decision-making process, access to the child and caretaking responsibilities. When parents are unable to agree upon a parenting plan that works in the best interest of the child, they may turn to the services of a Custody Evaluator (CE) to help make decisions. Both parties along with their attorneys take part in selecting the Child Custody Evaluator


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