Often it’s hard for couples to understand when, where or why the communication lines broke down in their marriage.
No matter when, how or why it occurred, it is important to find a way to open the lines of communication again. It is a vital step that needs to occur to keep the family unit together long after the divorce has been finalized.
When the collaborative divorce process is utilized instead of the litigated court process, you, your spouse and your children will be supported by various professionals, such as a financial neutral, divorce coaches, attorneys and mental health professionals – often at less expense than a litigated divorce.
Here are a few reasons why divorce coaching is important to the family dynamic:
- Can help you and your spouse improve your communication in negotiating the divorce
- Provide a safe place for couples to share their emotional struggles
- Help couples peacefully work out a co-parenting plan
- Develop goals that need to be met within the divorce agreement
- Assist in improving the family’s communication skills
- Encourages couples to keep their children’s well-being in mind during the divorce process
- Work through the various emotions that divorce often brings
While both of you are working your way forward to an amicable divorce agreement, a Divorce Coach, a licensed mental health professional trained in family dynamics, will work with your family to help open the lines of communications and assist you through the entire process of the divorce.
If you are starting down the divorce road, are in the midst of it, or even have finalized your divorce, divorce therapy can be an integral part of the journey.
Family Divorce Solutions comprises well-respected, experienced and trained attorneys, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and child specialists who work as a team to reach a complete and satisfactory resolution for everyone involved.
Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal/financial/tax/mental advice. You should work with your attorney, financial or mental health professional to determine what will work best for your situation.