Custody and Parenting Time Mediation
Cari does not hide the fact that she is a huge fan of mediation, especially when children are involved. In fact, she believes that litigation can be destructive to the family unit sometimes causing irreparable harm to the co-parenting relationship. Not only is Cari on the court approved roster for certain circuit courts, but she too can mediate privately retained disputes involving parenting time and decision-making (i.e., custody and visitation).
How it Works
Cari books her mediation sessions at 2 hours each. As a general rule, it can take 2-3 mediation session to resolve the allocation of parental responsibilities.
Parties in a family law dispute are encouraged to get a consulting attorney to answer any questions that they might have. The parties pay also choose to involve experts such as therapists upon mutual agreement.
Litigation is not the only option when it comes disputes involving children. To explore all your options, please contact Rincker Law today to book a consultation to see if mediation is right for you. Cari or another mediator on her team will discuss all the options to you.
2020 Mediator Report
Evaluation for Parties
Cari’s Guide to Working with Rincker Law
Is Mediation Right For You
Overview of Mediation
Family Law Mediation Process
Divorce Mediation Intake Sheet
Mediation Chapter in Onward and Upward
Online Communication Tools for Co-Parents
Talking Parents App