Co-Parenting Plans

At Maes Divorce our passion is for families, especially the children. When families separate, it is vital that everyone involved puts the children’s best interests above all emotions and negative feelings. That is sometimes easier said than done.  Maes Divorce will support you and your family on this journey.

A comprehensive Co-Parenting Plan outlines the schedules, accountabilities and communication parents will follow to support in raising your children in their new version of “together”.

A separation agreement will outline support payments, custody, decision making and care.  Beyond that, the Maes Divorce approach is to customize a parenting plan that works for your co-parenting future.  We are committed to helping you design a roadmap to support you and your children.

Co-Parenting Communication Skills Training

As a trained Coach with New Ways for Families, our Mediator can support high conflict parents by teaching them conflict resolution skills. Conflict does not go away once the divorce is concluded.  For families going through or that have been through a divorce there are skills that you can adapt in order to work together in making decisions and managing your children’s lives as a cohesive co-parenting unit.

Co-Parenting Training is offered at an hourly rate to support parents that are willing to learn conflict resolution skills that will help both with their ex-partner as well as can be adapted for work and life conflicts as they arise.

Learn to be a conflict manager with the Maes Divorce conflict training approach.

For high conflict couples who choose to co-parent their kids affectively, start with the Parenting After Separation Course for High Conflict.