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Support For Your Child

We believe that both parents should stay involved in their children's lives and work together to make decisions that meet the emotional and physical needs of their children. Our team of professionals can help you create a parenting agreement that works best for your family, and provide support and guidance during the process.

 01 Empowering Children in Divorce

You are the most valuable resource to your children. Children are very aware of how their parents are coping and feeling. If you are struggling, your child will struggle as well. That is why it is so important for parents to seek support. It takes a strong person to ask for help and your children will learn from the actions you take. We all need support from time to time and this can make all the difference for your life and the lives of your children.

02 Stay Connected & Create a Child-First Parenting Plan

Spend quality time with your children and remind them that they are loved. Try to minimize conflict between you and your ex-spouse around your children.  Work with your children to create a new family structure.

03 Preventing Parental Alienation 

“It is normal to feel hurt or confused when your parents don't get along. It is important to remember that it is not your fault and that you are loved by both of us. It is not okay for anyone to try and make you choose between us. We both love you very much and will always be here for you.”

04 Overcoming Roadblocks to Co-Parenting Success

The first step is to attempt to resolve the issue amicably. Try to reach out to them in a respectful manner and see if you can resolve the issue together. If they do not respond or are unwilling to cooperate, then you may need to take legal action. If the other parent has alienated the children from you, it is important to document any attempts you make to contact them or the children. This may include emails, letters, phone calls, or other forms of communication. You should also keep records of any negative statements or actions made by the other parent that could be considered alienation. This evidence can be used to support your claim if you decide to pursue a court order.

Book your free, no obligation call today and we will be happy to help you come through this time stronger, happier and set up for a brighter future for you and your children.
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