Life is hard, and when divorce is added to the equation, it becomes all the more difficult. We have come to accept that divorce is among the most stressful experiences adults can go through, and that is probably for good reason. But it seems illogical to not try to mitigate the impact of divorce on couples who have determined that it is the best possible solution to their marital problems. For many people going through divorce, the process is extremely painful, and often it brings out the worst in people. But need it be this way?
Impartial View Makes Decisions Easier
AMS Parenting Mediation can help you get through the difficulty of divorce, especially if your divorce process is further complicated by the presence of children. Children, of course, are almost always innocent victims in divorce proceedings, and most parents want to protect them from the most hostile break-ups. AMS Mediation can provide the kind of impartial advice and insight that even the most hostile divorcing couples need when they have made the decision to part ways.
What leads up to the decision to get divorced is different for everyone who experiences the death of a relationship. But there are always overlapping and common qualities to relationships that are coming to an end, even if the commonalities are simply that we can identify unhealthy aspects in those relationships. If you find yourself in such a situation, the impartial manner in which AMS Mediation approaches the resolution of marital issues is likely to help you. The fact that you have considered seeking mediation probably means that you are at least somewhat open to finding a resolution that works for all involved, and your positive attitude (even if there are moments when it seems impossible to find) is essential to the resolution process. It is especially necessary when children are involved.
Find Strong Support During The Divorce Process
AMS Mediation can help you reach agreements on such issues as the amount of time each parent will spend with the children involved, how to manage agreements when one or both parents are moving to different locations, and how to respond to more complex interpersonal issues that are likely to remain in the relationship that each parent has to the other. AMS Mediation respects the difficulty of divorcing and seeks to provide the best possible solutions for each family member. Further, parents are urged to be cognizant of the fact that their children’s well-being should guide all resolutions reached in the mediation process. Call 1-952.252.1492 for more information.