Using Mediation For Child Custody Disputes

Child custody is often one of the most stressful parts of any divorce. Parents have a hard time accepting the fact that their children will no longer spend every night under their roof. This is often what can fuel costly, bitter disputes that make it hard for divorced parents to co-parent and leave children with hurt feelings.

Mediation, however, is an effective way for parents to resolve child custody issues. At Wolfson & Bernazzani, PLLC, in Nashua, New Hampshire, attorney Xiorli Bernazzani is a trained mediator and can represent individual parents. She and the rest of our team know the benefits of mediation for parents and children, and can help you find solutions that protect your parental rights and your relationships with your children.

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Even if your children are near 18, you and your ex-spouse will likely have to continue to interact well into the future. If your children are young, you will have to make important decisions about health care, education and religion. Mediation can allow you to:

  • Save money compared to traditional litigation. Instead of investing money in a divorce, you can invest that money in your children's future and your new lives.
  • Protect your children from bitter disputes. By working together, you will be showing your children that they are still your top priority in a divorce, helping them adjust better.
  • Remain in control of the process. You and your co-spouse can work together on living arrangements, holiday schedules, school vacations and other issues that a judge may not take as much care in determining.

An experienced family lawyer like Xiorli Bernazzani knows where the common sticking points are in these mediation sessions. She has experience working with child behavior experts and psychologists to help you and your ex-spouse find solutions that protect everyone's interests.

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At Wolfson & Bernazzani, PLLC, we are firm believers in the mediation process. To find out how we can make the process work for you and your children, contact us online or call our Nashua office at 866-211-5601 to schedule a free consultation.