Can mediation assist divorced parents address changing circumstances?

ANSWER:

As quickly as one to two years after a divorce, often issues related to the children may arise.  As children get older, parenting plans may need to be revised, schools may need to be changed or college decisions need to be made.  Mediation can provide a safe, secure and comfortable forum for parents to discuss the changes that have occurred in the lives of their children and changes in the financial arrangements that may have been made at the time of divorce.  Ultimately, if changes are agreed upon, a written modification agreement can be prepared.  By addressing the issues as they come up, before they turn into a conflict, parents can short circuit the types of difficulties that may occur when parents do not have opportunities for good communication.

Massachusetts divorce mediation modifications is often the best option for couples who need to change or update their agreement. Speaking with an experienced Massachusetts divorce mediator is often the best way to resolve your divorce amicably. Tracy provides mediation and family law services to individuals and families throughout the Boston Metro region including Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Burlington, Danvers, Gloucester, Marblehead, Newton, Needham, Peabody, Salem, Tewksbury, Topsfield, Waltham, Watertown,  Wayland, Wellesley, Weston and Wilmington, Massachusetts.