Divorce & Co-Parenting Conflicts

Divorce mediation is a process facilitated by a trained neutral who will help couples work through the difficult decision making of dissolving a marriage, dividing up assets and liabilities, determining child support and designing a co-parenting plan that works for the entire family.

Uncontested divorce mediation is a process facilitated by a trained neutral who will help couples write an agreement for the courts where they have already decided to equitably dissolve a marriage, divide up assets and liabilities.

Partner dissolution is a process facilitated by a trained neutral who will help a gay/lesbian couple work through the difficult decision making of dissolving a committed relationship, dividing up assets and liabilities, determining child support and designing a co-parenting plan that works for the entire family.

A co-parenting plan designs how divorcing parents will manage both of their parenting responsibilities for their children. While both parents agree they do not want to be together anymore as a couple, they still agree to be parents to their children.

Not all parents are married and also need a co-parenting plan for managing both of their parenting responsibilities for their child. While both parents agree they do not want to be a couple, they still agree to be parents to their child.

Couples often have questions around child support and how child support is determined in the State of Georgia. CFDS can walk you through State guidelines and help you make decisions that meet the needs of your children.

Single parents have questions around child support and how child support is determined in the State of Georgia. CFDS can walk you through State guidelines and help you make decisions that meet the needs of your child.

Divorced parents can sometimes find themselves in disagreements. A mediator is often very useful in helping disputing parents work through their disagreements using a process that uncovers both parent’s needs and creates an effective and efficient outcome for the entire family.

Divorced parents can sometimes find themselves in parenting and financial disagreements around decisions involving their children. A mediator is often very useful in helping disputing parents work through their disagreements using a process that uncovers both parent’s needs and creates an effective and efficient outcome for the entire family.

CFDS offers individual negotiation preparation. This service will provide you a clear understanding of what your needs are and how to best negotiate in a way that will maximize your chances of getting those needs met.

Every divorce court in the Metro-Atlanta area has a mandatory mediation program. Even after you hire an attorney, you will be expected to go to mediation. Not knowing what mediation is or how it works, many individuals end up in a setting where they are ill prepared to negotiate for their rights and their needs.

Divorce mediation coaching prepares you for your court-ordered divorce mediation. You will know what to expect from the mediator and from your attorney, what the mediator can and cannot do, what the opposing attorney can and cannot do. You will learn how to negotiate, when to negotiate and what to negotiate for, being prepared for just about anything that can happen during your court-ordered divorce mediation.