AMS Mediation is located in Burnsville, and serves many Minnesota communities, including Richfield, Bloomington, and Eagan. Among the many services offered by AMS Mediation are those designed to help parents who are conflicted for a variety of reasons. Divorcing parents who have children often bring with them to the mediation process unresolved feelings and open-ended questions about how to minimize the pain their children will feel because of the divorce. AMS Mediation’s staff is equipped to provide support and good counsel to parents in response to virtually any feelings of inner conflict they may have.
Parenting Services After A Divorce
AMS Mediation provides support for individuals who feel conflicted about this next phase of their life. Feeling this way is a very normal part of the process of moving forward. Divorce upsets the equilibrium of life for all who are affected by it. And as a result of that upset, you are likely to experience uncertainty, doubt, fear, anxiety, pressure, and myriad other things that leave you feeling conflicted. Our staff understands this and is trained to help you find answers to your questions. In the absence of easy answers, our staff can help you create strategies to work through what is causing you to feel conflicted. In matters of divorce, those conflicted feelings likely fall into the category of wondering what is best for your children, how you and your spouse will manage your parenting agreement regarding time spent with your children, or perhaps even whether you are comfortable leaving your children with your spouse. For every category of conflicted feelings, there are multiple individual nuances to make those concerns unique. But AMS Mediation will be able to help you understand the source of the conflict and address your feelings head-on.
Managing Divorce with High Conflict
AMS Mediation believes that divorcing couples can work through their conflicts, whether those conflicts occur between the members of the divorcing couple or more with one member of the couple than the other. Our services include divorce and parenting mediation, early neutral evaluation, individual divorce consultation, parent coaching, and parenting time expeditor. Most often, despite the level of conflict, divorcing couples generally work well in mediation sessions, with the assistance of a trained mediator, who will keep all discussions on track and moving forward. Conflict generally lessons as the mediation sessions go on and as both parties realize that solutions can be found with professional guidance.
No matter how difficult your divorce or how conflicted you and your ex-spouse feel about it, meditation can be a useful tool for settling such issues as division of property, child custody issues and child or spousal support payments. Contact AMS Mediation at 952.252.1492 to learn more about this process or to schedule a time for a free consultation.