School District Choice: Who makes it?
So, you and your significant other separated and have a joint custody/joint placement order. Sharing placement has been relatively calm but now your child needs to start school. The two of you live in different school districts so who gets to choose the school district? Under Wisconsin statutes, joint legal custody means that the parents…Read More
WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER MEDIATING YOUR DIVORCE
Divorce Mediation Divorce can be emotionally, financially, and physically stressful. Divorce mediation is a way to reduce stress. While protracted litigation is necessary in some cases, for many people, mediation is an effective alternative that allows you to reach an agreement in the least stressful way. In a divorce mediation, a neutral mediator assists a…Read More
Do I have to go to mediation? And why do I have to take a parenting class first?
I have had many parents ask me why they have to participate in mediation. They often explain that they have not been able to reach an agreement with their child’s other parent on their own, and therefore mediation just won’t work. What those parents don’t realize, and what I explain to them, is that Wisconsin’s…Read More