Newport Co-Parenting Support Lawyers
Supporting Co-Parents Post-Divorce
We know that the impact of divorce is often felt long after spouses sign a divorce decree. That's why we're proud to expand our services to offer co-parenting support and post-divorce therapy that will help our clients - and their children - thrive after dissolving a marriage.
To schedule a consultation or learn more, contact us online or via phone at (949) 558-2624.
What Is Co-Parenting Support?
Custody battles are challenging for most parents. Even if you're on good terms with your ex and are able to facilitate an amicable joint custody arrangement, the idea of spending less time with your child can be heartbreaking. During custody cases, parents are often asked to make decisions such as:
- How much time the child will spend with each parent;
- How they'd like to handle events such as holidays and vacations;
- How they'll provide for their child's mental and physical health needs;
- How their child will continue to thrive academically and socially;
- How they want to distribute legal custody rights (the ability to make decisions concerning matters such as education, religious exposure, etc.);
- And more.
Between making these decisions and dealing with the emotional fallout of divorce, adjusting to life post-divorce can be extremely difficult for co-parents. This is especially true in cases where the child has been struggling with the divorce themselves and may be lashing out at their parents as a result.
Our co-parenting support services are designed to make this transition smoother. Regardless of your relationship with your child's co-parent, we'll work closely with you to establish and maintain effective communications that enable you to help your child thrive.
Additionally, we'll provide you with advice that can help you make effective decisions concerning the parenting style you and your co-parent want to employ, helping ensure that you avoid custody disputes and both parties facilitate a healthy emotional bond with their child.
To schedule a consultation with our team or learn more about our Newport co-parenting support services, contact us online or via phone at (949) 558-2624.
“Thank you for all your knowledge, conscientiousness, and kindness.”- Beverly
“First and foremost, I found that I had a lot to learn about the divorce mediation process. I did not exactly know what the role of the mediator was or if we would still have to go to Court.”- Donald B.
“I was so stressed out before I went to ADS. Once I got there Lani sat with me and my husband and explained the whole mediation process. After I left I knew exactly what to expect and ADS lived up to my expectations.”- Giz S.