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    Parenting Plans

    A parenting plan is a document developed and agreed to by the parents of a minor child, and approved by the court, or if the parents cannot agree, established by the court, which governs the relationship between the parents regarding the child (encompassing “custody”, “parental responsibility”, and “visitation”).

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    Divorce Mediation

    In divorce mediation, you and your spouse -- or, in some cases, the two of you and your respective lawyers -- hire a neutral third party, called a mediator, to meet with you in an effort to discuss and resolve the issues in your divorce.

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    Family Mediation

    Family mediation is where an independent, professionally trained mediator helps you and your ex to work out an agreement about issues such as: Arrangements for children after you break up (sometimes called custody, residence or contact) Child maintenance payments.

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What is co-parenting?

Co-parenting is implemented when two parents divorce or separate. Parents divorce each other while the children will never divorce either parent. The original nuclear family structure (parents and children in one home), then moves into two homes. Post divorce or separation, the system of co-parenting is then implemented to support the children (and parents). Children need consistency and stability while moving between the two homes. Divorce is not a war, it is a correction.

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