How can Parent Coordinators help high conflict families? (or how to avoid death by a thousand cuts).

By |2017-07-03T01:43:17+00:00July 22nd, 2015|Blog|

For a number of high conflict families after divorce, repeated trips to court yield nothing more than deeper wounds, more firmly entrenched positions, chaos and retaliation, resulting in a never ending spiral of emotional and financial damage to all concerned. And while some high conflict families eventually learn to coexist (parallel parenting) and some eventually learn to cooperatively coparent their minor children, there are a number of high conflict families who may never learn to [...]

Sea of Love or Uncharted Seas?

By |2017-07-03T01:46:02+00:00July 5th, 2015|Blog|

Now that the United States Supreme Court has made marriage equality the law of the land, Ohio divorce practitioners will have a myriad of new legal challenges to confront when it comes to divorces which terminate these marriages.  There are some unchartered waters ahead. Three challenges come to mind, and are the subject of this, my first ever blog post.  It is my hope that colleagues, mental health professionals who are divorce coaches and financial [...]

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