Separated and divorced parents are sorting out what Arizona’s new “stay-at-home” order means for their court-ordered Parenting Plan. Will this change our parenting time schedule? Does this mean we can no longer exchange the children between us? Is “legal decision-making authority” affected?
Our lives have been upended due to coronavirus. In mediation, we understand that life moves forward, even when faced with a crisis, and that there remains a need for supportive divorce mediation services in Arizona.
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Holiday traditions have created happy family memories. Stockings hung on the chimney with care, the smell of hot chocolate in the air, and children playing around the Christmas tree. While holidays revolve around time with children, many parents are left wondering how Christmas will feel after separating from their spouse or getting a divorce. And others who have been divorced for some time wish there was a better way to share time with their kids.
While some parents may follow the traditional “Children-with-Mom-in-odd-years-and-Dad-in-even-years,” our divorce mediation clients at The Aurit Center For Divorce Mediation creatively...