Normal 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?
A divorce can be a huge financial burden on a family and really do significantly long-term damage. Fortunately, there are ways to manage the divorce process without incurring this financial and emotional toll. Divorce mediation gives you the opportunity to settle the terms of your divorce without a costly court battle. The team at Johnson Mediation understands firsthand the financial impact of a divorce on a family. We strive to find ways to lift this burden by focusing on you, your family and your future. Allowing all of you to move past the divorce process and into the next phase of your life quickly and while saving money on your 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.
If you and your ex cannot agree on anything and have a history of extreme conflict, you may assume that you have no choice but to litigate your divorce in the courts. After all, how could you possibly agree on how to settle important issues like child custody and division of your shared property if you could not ever agree before. Well, before you hire attorneys and move toward a bitter court battle, consider mediation as a low cost, less stressful alternative. The team at Johnson Mediation can guide you through even an adversarial divorce.
The times we are now living in are more stressful than any other in perhaps a generation, or even longer. If, on top of a global health crisis and an economic downturn, you are also dealing with a failing relationship or an impending divorce, your stress is likely overwhelming. There is not a whole lot we can do about the health crisis or the economic uncertainty, but we very likely can help you with your marital situation. Johnson Mediation offers a wide range of support services related to divorce mediation. We understand Minnesota divorce law and we deliver our expertise with honesty, kindness and compassion.
COVID-19 has forced many area businesses to close temporarily or alter hours and offerings. The team at Johnson Mediation has been working during this time to adapt our approach and services to meet the current need. We are a local divorce mediator currently open in Shakopee, MN. We have put systems in place to maintain safety, social distancing and now even offer virtual mediation services to give you the option not to even be in person during your mediation sessions. You can proceed safely with the divorce process