Call Today 303-578-4075
Beck, Jonson & Nolan, PC
Providing Exceptional Legal Guidance Since 1979

February 2017 Archives

3 things mothers need to do during child custody mediation

The child custody mediation process is very stressful for mothers. This is due in part to the stress of knowing that you won't be able to be there for your child 100 percent of the time. You will have to split time with your ex. It is imperative that you prepare for the proceedings.

4 reasons mothers should consider child custody mediation

You and your children's father are going through a divorce. Part of this involves deciding all aspects of child custody. When you are going through child custody issues, you must decide if you are willing to use mediation as the resolution method. Child custody mediation has some considerable benefits that you might appreciate. Of course, you must do what you think is best for your situation, even if this means going to court.

3 questions fathers should ask during child custody cases

You and your ex are in the midst of a divorce. You know that your child's life is very unstable right now. You feel badly that your children are going through this whole situation. There are some ways that you can make the divorce and subsequent child custody agreement a bit easier for your child. These three questions are a good starting point for you to ensure your actions aren't causing stress for your child.

Tell Us About Your Case

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy