In the case of divorced couples; We generally want the children to be able to cooperate with each other in the form of civilization in the affairs of the children.
There may be cases where communication between the former spouse is prohibited by a court order. (for example, when a communication order has been enforced because of abuse of the spouses), but in fact, the other actions where this is intended do not legally prevent both parties from acting constructively with each other.
Who Must Be Present At Co-Parenting Counseling?
Since there are many former spouses who have succeeded in moving from divorce to a mutually respected Parenthood; Some people do not want or want to.
Even if your children obviously benefit from such a scheme, this will not be achieved. Instead; with bad impressions from failed marriages and unnecessarily nasty divorces are drawn out in the length. As a result, there is a direct and critical risk that gives parents and children the necessary peace and quiet.
A divorced couple experiencing this kind of emotional decline must be aware of effective options that can be “parental guidance”. This is a place where parties can be established under a joint agreement or in some cases of a court decision unless there is a decision that prevents communication between the parties.
Co-Parenting Vs Marriage Counseling:
The consultation on co-Parenthood differs by nature from the marriage consultation. As part of marriage counseling, both partners try to save their marriage. The instructions for joint care are completely different. In particular, although the marriage relationship is over, the parties still need help to strengthen their capacity to co-operate after divorce, as they are co-parents of co-operating on issues related to children.
Parental guidance services do not need to be unnecessarily affected by past events. No party is to blame for marriage or divorce. Joint educational advice should be positive rather than retroactive.
The goal is that both sides can live together peacefully, which can solve many problems of children, without endless time, money and negative energy to put into unnecessary fights. Return to court repeatedly after divorce.
The Actual Process Of Co-Parenting Counsel:
In such situations, Family Court judges have for many years found that many of the divorced couples benefit to a large extent from participation in joint educational counseling services.
In general, parental consent agreements or joint consultation procedures set the following framework:
1. There is a minimum of weekly sessions (e.g. 10 sessions), and the identified costs should be divided equally between the parties or as agreed or ordered.
2. The court shall appoint a General Counsel if both parties may jointly or jointly appoint a consultant.
3. Consultations are generally confidential; except to confirm the presence or absence of the party.
This protection of privacy is intended to enable open and honest discussions between the parties without having to get used to legal disputes and advice.
4. Joint educational advisers may, at their discretion, decide how to hold a meeting (i.e., several meetings may be held jointly).
5. Upon termination of the specified number of meetings, the parties may continue the parent meeting upon agreement if there is still a problem in the sharing of the parents between the parties.
It Deserves a Shot
Logically, there is no significant negative legal aspect of joint educational counseling. If counseling does not help the divorced couple to improve than their colleagues, then at least both parties are trying to improve the situation. However, many reasonable discounts are very successful in joint care services.
After a personal consultation, I personally saw fathers and mothers who said it was better to come to them a few months or years ago than waste a lot of time. Of energy to quarrel in court for educational issues.
Solving the fundamental communication problems of the parties and hopefully solving these problems will increase the likelihood that the parties will learn to resolve the dispute through better cooperation and communication.
More importantly, the willingness to participate in parental guidance can send a very important and positive message to the children. This means that parents seek to work together through their willingness to transform compromises, flexibility and poor relationships into functional and mutually beneficial relationships.