While Relationship Solutions Center values the work it takes to build and maintain strong and healthy relationships, we also recognize, at times, the healthier and best solutions is to end the relationship.
These alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options benefit couples without children, as well as those who do. We have heard many people say they can not wait until their children are 18 so they no longer have to deal with their co-parent. It is important to remember, you will actually remain co-parents throughout your child’s life time. Around the time your child turns 18, you will need to work with your co-parent as your child decides if they would like to go to college or other post-high school education or training. We will help you work together through the search and application process, getting your child registered and moved in and negotiating school breaks. Beyond college, your child might have significant romantic relationships or choose to get married. We know weddings are one of the top 5 stressors and when there are additional factors involved when your parents are no longer together increases the level of stress significantly. You might also have grandchildren and need to navigate through holidays and events involving your grandchildren.
In the pre-adjudication (prior to the final determination of a case) stage, you can speak to Dr. Irgang about mediation or the collaborative process.
Pre or post-adjudication (after the final determination of a case), Dr. Irgang can be retained as a Parenting Coordinator.