Post-Custody Battle Family Law Counseling
Your final court date is over. Hooray! You now have a detailed parenting plan signed by a judge. The parenting plan details visitation from the time of pickups and drop-offs to how holidays will be split. Your parenting plan probably also sets out a plan for who will make decisions about your child, which decisions range from educational decisions to medical decisions.
Maybe you are in favor of the plan, and maybe you hate it. Either way, you have to make some adjustments to your life to accommodate these court-ordered changes. Further, you also have to make sure that your child is adjusting well to the new schedule. Accommodating your new custody plan can take an emotional toll on you and your entire family. Unfortunately, this will not likely be the last time that you are a part of legal proceedings as it relates to your custody case.
Whether it is to enforce the current custody order or to have it modified in some way, the legal and emotional byproducts of your custody battle can continue long beyond the final hearing. This is why it’s important to have someone who you can trust to help you walk through the after-effects of your custody case, legally and mentally.
Generally, the goals of Post-Custody Battle Counseling include:
- Understanding the legal process of the post-custody case.
- Being able to navigate the intense emotions that arise post-custody.
- Learning how to deal with the new normal of adhering to your custodial agreement from both legal and emotional standpoints.
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Our Family Law Counseling Services
Guiding you through what to do next, so you are emotionally and legally prepared to make the tough decisions that will affect your future.
Helping you navigate modifications of custody, financial support, and more – plus the emotional ramifications of the divorce process.
Helping you make your legal case and channel your emotions to display the best you have to offer.
Guiding you through enforcing or modifying the custody order – it’s important to work with someone you trust legally and mentally.
Pre-Estate Admin & Grief Counseling
Helping you through tough conversations, so you and your loved ones are are best positioned from legal and mental health standpoints.
Post-Estate Admin & Grief Counseling
Supporting you after the loss of a loved one. Answering questions about what comes next, including administering their estate.