Mediation Over Litigation in a Child Custody Battleby francistaylor childcustody Divorce Coaching
Most courts all over the US advocate for child custody mediation over litigation in custody issues.
Mediation involves using a third party to help parents going through a divorce agree on certain aspects of the child's welfare.
The child custody mediation process is more seamless compared to a custody battle in court.
Mediation doesn't involve a child custody lawyer or witnesses.
Parents who can agree post-divorce without resorting to custody trials can handle co-parenting better.
During a court ruling, a mediator's opinion or recommendation may be required by the family court judge.
If you're worried about the mediator sharing details about the meetings with the court, it's important to ask before agreeing to the arrangement.
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