Carver County Parenting Consultant

Carver County Parenting ConsultantJohnson Mediation provides trusted parenting consultant services to divorcing couples in Carver County, Minnesota.  If you are in the process of divorce, or have recently divorced, and you need help with issues related to your children, our parenting consultant services may be of great help to you.  It can be difficult to reach an agreement with your former spouse about how to raise your children after your divorce is finalized.  It is common for parents to find that they have differing, even conflicting, points of view about issues related to their kids’ education, health care, faith traditions, extracurricular activities, holidays, and many other issues that can appear out of nowhere.

Complicated Divorce Mediation Services

Complicated Divorce Mediation ServicesDivorce mediation is accurately described as a viable and desirable alternative to traditional court-based divorce proceedings.  What tends to go along with this description of mediation is the belief that mediated divorce is for divorcing couples who have simple relationships, simple finances, and are relatively low in conflict.  Divorce mediation, as provided by Johnson Mediation, is not limited to marriages that are ending amicably and whose lives are not further complicated by extensive financial holdings.  At Johnson Mediation, we have the capability of serving couples whose marriages can be described as ‘complicated,’ in virtually every way.

Carver County, Minnesota Child Custody Mediator

Carver County, Minnesota Child Custody MediatorIf you have made the tough decision to divorce and are a parent, much of your stress, concern and even anxiety is centered around how custody will be settled. Child custody is often the most difficult and stressful aspects of a divorce settlement. Nearly all parents struggle thinking about not seeing their child (or children) as often after a divorce. While this difficulty cannot be taken away, mediation is a tool that can be used to create the best possible solution for all. Johnson Mediation specializes in child custody mediation in Carver County, Minnesota and can help you and your family make decisions that put your children first.

Carver County Divorce Mediation Services

Carver County Divorce Mediation ServicesThe divorce process can be extremely overwhelming as you simultaneously work to separate the many aspects of your life that have been intertwined for years while also trying to move forward emotionally. Litigation is one way to settle the terms of your divorce but can be extremely costly, both financially and emotionally and actually adds to existing conflict. Divorce mediation is an effective tool that can be used instead of litigation to settle your divorce that can save you time, money and allow you to move past your divorce more quickly

Hiring a Parenting Consultant in Minnesota

Hiring a Parenting Consultant in MinnesotaJohnson Mediation offers parenting consulting to people navigating a divorce and who have children. As one of the leading services dealing with family mediation, Johnson Mediation has garnered a reputation as a knowledgeable, reliable, and highly professional mediation service. Among our specialties is Parenting Consulting, which is an important complement to divorce mediation for couples who have children. Our parenting consultant services help divorcing parents maintain their focus on the long-term welfare of their kids. Children, after all, are the most…

Financial Early Neutral Evaluation Company

Financial Early Neutral Evaluation CompanyA Financial Early Neutral Evaluation is a voluntary process that seeks to resolve and reduce the length and expense of prolonged court proceedings. These evaluations are similar to medication because it is an alternative form of divorce compared the typically hiring an attorney and going into litigation. These are sometimes preferred because they are non-binding and voluntary.

The biggest difference between mediation and a FENE is that with mediation, the mediator will attempt to have the parties reach a solution, without giving an evaluation of their case. When you choose to take the route of an evaluation, you take a quick evaluation and based on limited arguments and facts from both parties you make a goal to reach a resolution surrounding your financial issues.