There probably are not many statements more obvious than, “ending a significant relationship is difficult.” Major transitions in relationships—divorce for married couples and separation for non-married partners—is difficult in the best of circumstances. If you and your partner are not married but are in need of assistance with your separation process, Johnson Mediation can help you. We can be especially helpful to you if you share children. Located in Chanhassen, Minnesota, we have help many couples separate and go on with their lives.
Divorce is almost always a tragic thing. Although the relationship isn’t working out, divorces tend to be highly emotional after spending years with a person. Usually, it is hard to picture your life without someone after you have spent so long coexisting together. Many couples have finances together, and you may also have children. When it comes to separation, usually people have a hard time moving on and that is why Johnson Mediation provide divorce support after the divorce.
It can be hard to go through the motions of a divorce, and you may have a hard time talking to friends and family, but Johnson Mediation is here to provide you with the ongoing support you need to get back on your feet. If you are looking for a mediator around the Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Shorewood or Chanhassen area, then you have found the right place.
The experienced staff at Johnson Mediation can help you navigate even the most complicated, difficult and high conflict divorce. One of the most common hesitations for pursuing mediation as a tool for divorce is the concern about their divorce being too complicated. Mediation participants can actually collaborate with many experts during the process, including attorneys, accountants, and financial planners to help couples successfully divide their property, assets and debts and come up with a parenting plan that works for both parties. There is no divorce too complicated for mediation and you will likely find this process can yield a more positive and productive outcome than an intense, long and expensive court battle.
Feeling seen, heard and understood is important and everyone longs for this type of compassion. When going through a divorce, it can be one of the most challenging times in your life, and when you are working through the ups and downs, oftentimes you want to have your own individual support. Marital separation and divorce can be very stressful and often presents a family with a major developmental crises. It can cause you to feel overwhelmed, scared, confused and generally out of sorts. The family is often faced with a variety of changes, that can seem daunting.
Going through a divorce is never easy. Even when your relationship has hit the fan, and it isn’t good for you or your ex-partner, a divorce can be extremely painful. Separation represents loss, and not just of your partnership but maybe dreams you had planned together and commitments that you shared. Most new relationships start out on a high note, sometimes called the “Honeymoon Stage” and although a relationship can no longer be good we experience an overwhelming amount of disappointment, stress, and grief.
When you are going through a divorce, oftentimes child custody is the hardest thing to sort out. Parenting alone is already tricky and has its own unique challenges, and it is multitudes more challenging trying to co parent when you live in separate places and have your own unique schedule. When parents are contesting the custody of their children they are required to attend parenting classes.