While Johnson Mediation specializes in helping couples avoid the difficulties associated with court-based divorces by comprehensive mediation services, there are times when one member of a divorcing couple needs the assistance of a divorce coach. This need can arise when your spouse is not as invested in settling the terms of your divorce in an amicable way. If your spouse is resistant to the idea of mediated divorce and seems intent on contesting your divorce, Johnson Mediation’s divorce coaching service can be of great help to you.
One of the most common reasons that a marriage does not work is related to poor (or lack of) communication. However, a divorce is not the end of the need to communicate for many couples, especially if they share children. Even if you have decided to divorce because of communication issues, it may be time to repair your relationship enough to be civil while you navigate your divorce so that your communication can be healthy after your divorce. Johnson Mediation offers divorce coaching that is specifically offered to improve interpersonal communication and to help you navigate the entire divorce process.
Divorce is an extremely difficult and stressful time for most individuals. It is even often listed as one of the top 5 most stressful life events. If you and your spouse have decided it is time for divorce, it may be a good opportunity to consider what type of support you need to get through this challenging time. One little known source of support during a divorce can be a divorce coach. Unlike a divorce attorney, a divorce coach does NOT offer legal advice. A divorce coach can be used in addition to or instead of a divorce lawyer and…
Johnson Mediation provides strong and effective mediation for divorcing couples. Our team brings to each case decades of experience, expertise in Minnesota divorce law, and compassion for the people with whom we work. Though divorce rates have leveled off in the last ten to twenty years, it is still a frequent occurrence in our society and affects more than fifty percent of all married couples. If you are in the process of seeking a divorce, mediation can be a great way to solve complex issues like division of property, development of a parenting plan and determination of child and/or spousal support.
Signing divorce papers may be the official end to your marriage, but it is often just the beginning of a new phase of your relationship. There are many issues that can come up once a divorce is final that might not need litigation, but that cannot be resolved without assistance. Post-divorce mediation is ideal for solving a wide range of issues that come up after a divorce is final. So, when you find that you and your ex-spouse cannot agree on an issue about child custody, or child or spousal support, contact the team at Johnson Mediation for assistance.
When you are going through a divorce, you can expect to need significant support from family, friends, loved ones, and co-workers. In addition to getting this important support from your social network, it can be extremely helpful to also seek support from professionals who are experienced with the process of divorce and can help you navigate this difficult time. A therapist or counselor can offer specific support that might be especially useful and a divorce coach can provide support and guidance when you need it most. This individual divorce support can help you more clearly see your path forward.