Kim, a local business owner and mother of two, was in the midst of a difficult divorce
with no resolution in sight. One particular sticking point was their disagreement
on appropriate parenting styles and discipline for their children.
Kim and her husband had been unable to reach a lasting parenting agreement after
working with several attorneys. Frustrated, she began searching for alternatives
that could help them resolve the parenting issues that were so important to both
of them. Through online research, she learned more about the Center for Resolution
and Justice (CRJ). "Knowing that none of the steps we’d taken through the court
had worked, I thought mediation might help us create a parenting plan that we could
both agree to."
One of CRJ’s divorce mediators worked with them to facilitate a productive conversation
on parenting, discipline issues, expectations and needs. The mediator’s assistance
allowed the parents to begin to see one another’s real interests and concerns.
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