Johnson 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, Johnson Mediation has the skill, experience and knowledge of Minnesota law to make the necessary modifications.
In an ideal world, changes to a family plan that is built around the welfare of your children should be simple and the process of making those changes would be easy. Child Family Plan Modifications do not need to be terribly complicated
COVID-19 has turned our lives upside down and has forced us to slow down, social distance and stay home when possible. However, even though the virus continues to spread in our community, our lives cannot simply stop until we have a vaccine. One extremely positive outcome of living through this unusual time is that our society has been forced to virtualize many different events and processes that cannot safely happen at the present time. We are working from home more, graduation celebrations and senior proms have been held virtually, and we have all gotten used to logging into Zoom
Divorce mediation is a less expensive and less stressful option for settling the terms of your divorce than traditional litigation. What does this mean? Well, divorce can be extremely costly, both financially and emotionally and leave your family without the resources and strength to move forward in a healthy way. Johnson Mediation works to support families through the process in a different way. We offer divorce mediation services to couples in the South Metro of Minneapolis. Rather than battling in the court, the team at Johnson Mediation helps you communicate, compromise and find resolution that works for your
When you talk to individuals who have been through a divorce, many will tell you that communication breakdown was one major factor in the cause of the divorce. When conflict is high, communication becomes extremely difficult and contentious. However, in order to settle the terms of your divorce and then co-exist after your divorce is final, it is very important to find a way to communicate in a healthy way, if at all possible. Johnson Mediation can help you find solutions to the outstanding issues that remain between you including child custody, division of property and assets and child and spousal support, while helping you improve your communication.
Jeff Johnson is a trained mediator and has been through a divorce himself, so as a divorce communication expert, he has successfully worked with many Minnesota couples to resolve conflict and move forward. As your divorce mediator, Jeff will encourage you to set goals, communicate clearly
A toxic divorce can mean different things to different couples. For some, it is characterized by intense conflict, anger and feelings of hostility, feelings of judgement or being married to a narcissist spouse. For many, the conflict can spill into all aspects of your life and make it feel unescapable. If you have decided that it is time to finally take that first step toward divorce, Johnson Mediation can help. Our team has experience reducing the level of conflict surrounding a toxic divorce and can give you the support and resources you need to finally move forward.
The last several months have been an unprecedented time for all of us. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to alter our work schedules, our social interactions, school for our children and our shopping habits. For health care providers, this is an extremely stressful time of caring for those who have become sick and worrying that you may bring it home to your family. Many others are facing stress of a different kind as unemployment numbers skyrocket. Our family dynamics are also under stress. Families who share custody of their children have had to adapt to this new normal as well.