When an ex-wife or ex-husband moves to a new home, it can be challenging to maintain whatever balance you had between you, your ex, and your child. If you’re concerned about what will happen once your former spouse moves to a new home or new town, you’re not alone; this is a common problem of divorce that many parents do not think of until it happens. Like all parenting conflicts, a move can’t always be planned for, and when the move may be inconvenient for you or your parenting schedule, it can become even more frustrating than usual to navigate your relationship with your former spouse. Rather than deal with the stress of parenting conflict resolution yourself, if your ex is moving and you need help to adjust your parenting style or schedule, contact our Burnsville, MN divorce mediators at Amber M. Serwat Mediation.
Parenting Disputes Resolutions
Divorce mediation often includes providing parenting dispute resolution support by mediating parenting problems. Often times, when you’re arguing with your former spouse over parenting schedules, house rules, school schedules, or otherwise, it can be difficult to determine the best solution for everyone involved – including your child. With a divorce mediator, you can get help finding or creating parenting solutions that are as fair as possible. When your former spouse moves out and you need to adjust elements of your parenting agreement, a divorce mediator is the perfect resource, allowing you to work through a neutral party.
Avoid Costly Legal Battles with Divorce Mediation
Unfortunately, not all parenting disputes are simple to resolve. Especially when your former spouse is asking for more than you’re prepared to give, it can seem impossible to reach a peaceful and fair resolution to a parenting problem. This is a fact of divorce, and it’s likely that nothing will feel fair when it has to do with how often you see your children. However, it’s important to remember that your children’s well being should be considered before creating a conflict. With a divorce mediator, you can resolve almost any parenting dispute, including creating new parenting schedules when your ex moves, without creating greater conflict. By working with Amber M. Serwat Mediation, you and your former spouse can keep conflict to a minimum during parenting disputes by avoiding legal battles. To begin your Burnsville divorce mediations today, contact us at 952-252-1492 or email@example.com.