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Post-Divorce Help

Post-Divorce HelpThe most common reason to seek help after your divorce has been finalized is that your former spouse is acting in violation of your divorce agreement in some way. If a divorce process has been contentious and filled with conflict, it is not out of the realm of possibility that a former spouse could act spitefully or bitterly and try to make your life more difficult. When divorcing couples work with a qualified divorce mediator, that kind of behavior is less likely because of the emphasis on collaboration, cooperation, and mutual problem solving. However, most circumstances have exceptions, and mediated divorces have been known to result in post-divorce conflict

Co-parenting During The Pandemic

Co-parenting During the PandemicNormal life has been turned upside down in 2020 as families work to minimize their risk of exposure to COVID-19. If you are divorced and share custody of your children, this has likely become much more complicated for you. Some families are dealing with virtual school, a hybrid schedule, lack of normal extracurricular activities, and a complete change in schedule this year. One thing that COVID-19 will not change is the need to work together to co-parent with your children’s best interests at heart. Look for a divorce mediator, co-parenting specialist or just need some helpful suggestions from an expert?

Commonly Asked Questions Reguarding Divorce Mediation

Commonly Asked Questions Reguarding Divorce MediationIf you are considering using divorce mediation to settle the terms of your divorce, you may have some questions. The team at Johnson Mediation is here to help. Here are some answers to some of the most commonly asked questions reguarding the divorce mediation process:

Why should I choose divorce mediation?
Divorce mediation is one way to resolve the terms of your divorce without having to go through an expensive and time consuming legal battle. Divorce mediation often results in

Family Focused Divorce

Family Focused Divorce

While divorce means that you are legally separating from your spouse, you and your spouse are certainly not the only two people who are impacted by the decision to divorce. If you share children, then you are likely trying your best to navigate the difficult process while keeping their best interests at heart. Using an alternative dispute service like divorce mediation to settle the terms of your divorce can help you stay focused on your goal of protecting your family and resolving issues in a healthy way. Johnson Mediation can help you stay focused on you, your family and your future throughout the divorce mediation process.

Navigating Divorce With Kids Online

Navigating Divorce With KidsOnce you have kids, your life gets much richer and more complicated. As parents, you are permanently connected to your spouse even if you decide to separate or divorce down the road. This decision can be extremely difficult and stressful on every member of the family. Johnson Mediation offers a wide variety of parenting support and divorce mediation services that can help you navigate your divorce while protecting your kids. We are currently doing online sessions. Depending on your circumstances and needs, you could benefit from one or more of the following services:

Child Family Plan Modifications

Child Family Plan ModificationsJohnson Mediation, based in Chanhassen, MN, provides professional help and guidance for child family plan modifications. Families who have gone through divorce have a new insight into a difficult life experience. Divorce is a stressful experience, even when the divorcing parents have minimal conflict and work together to end their marriage. If you worked with Johnson Mediation to finalize your divorce, you know that we prioritize the well-being of children in the mediation process. And if the agreement that you and your former spouse reached through divorce mediation needs to be modified