Divorce Coaching Can Benefit Children Of Separation - Zukerman Law

Divorce Coaching Can Benefit Children Of Separation

Of all the myriad challenges accompanying a divorce, the prospect of setting up child custody agreements and/or child support can be the most daunting for parents. British Columbia residents who have experienced this sometimes-contentious part of the divorce process can attest that in many cases, it is minor children who experience the most upheaval in a divorce situation. This is why seeking qualified support in the form of divorce lawyers and divorce coaches can be so valuable to a family in transition.

A divorce coach can be helpful in developing a comprehensive parenting plan for both parents to follow. In the months and even years following a divorce, the separation can have a profound effect on the development of a minor child. A consistent, solid parenting plan that works to meet the needs of individual children can go a long way toward lessening that impact.

Similarly, co-parenting can be a very difficult transition for the parents to handle, particularly in cases where the parents do not get along. Seeking out coaching on effective co-parenting strategies can help both parties put aside their differences for the benefit of the child or children. This works best when used in conjunction with the services of a divorce attorney who can help draft a child care plan that institutes parenting and co-parenting guidelines.

There is no question that divorce can be as hard on children as it is on their parents. British Columbia residents have the benefit of having access to a variety of divorce-related support professionals who can help smooth the road toward a happier future. With the help of an experienced lawyer, the paperwork put in place today can ensure a brighter tomorrow for parents and children alike.

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Stuart Zukerman

Stuart Zukerman, a graduate of the University of British Columbia, has over 32 years of experience in litigation with a focus on Family Law, Personal Injury, Wrongful Dismissal claims, and Collaborative Divorce & Mediation. He has extensive trial experience in divorce, child custody, spousal support, asset division, and ICBC injury claims. As an accredited Family Law Mediator, he helps resolve disputes without court intervention. Stuart has also authored papers on family law and lectured at CLE courses.