Monitored Exchange Service which allows children to go from one parent to the other without the parents meeting.
Involves working with the child's emotions, mental illness and environment to create positive change.
Serve the public in non-contentious matters usually concerned with estates, deeds, powers-of-attorney, and foreign and international business.
Children need and deserve the love and support of both their parents.
Believe In Talk is driven in our efforts to assist high conflict parents in being the best co-parents that they can possible be. Our goal is to create a supportive environment in which our clients can explore their emotional needs and overcome barriers that limit their full potential in the best interest of their child(ren).
More than one million children each year are affected by divorce & family separation. Half of these children will be raised in families where parents remain in conflict. Many of these parents engage in ongoing litigation over their child(ren) for years. Children raised in an atmosphere of unrelenting conflict are four to five times as likely to grow-up with serious emotional and behavioral difficulties. Not only are high-conflict cases damaging to innocent child(ren), they require an inordinate amount of court time & mental health services. Consequently, high-conflict divorces pose grave concerns for mental health & legal professionals. In order to minimize the adverse effects of divorce on children & families, many parents are encouraged or court ordered to work with a parenting coordinator.
Co-parenting is when both parents work together as a team to raise their children even after the marriage or relationship is over. The main reason to work at co-parenting is to help your child deal with all the changes that happen when their parents are no longer together. Children not only face the challenges and changes of their parents' separation, but they are also going through emotional and developmental changes. Parents need to know how to deal with their own loss and the feelings of loss, which their children may be experiencing.Even though you may not want to talk to the other parent you still have a very important relationship, and it's the most important one of all; a parenting relationship.Children need the love and support of both parents. Parents who live apart can still provide time and dedication putting aside anger and conflict for the best interest of their child.Problems may arise in children such as behavioral problems, academic and emotional problems. Let's work together to help you understand through the eyes of your child what they may be experiencing.
We offer Parent Coordination, Family Mediations, Supervised Visitations, Monitored Exchanges, Counseling and Notary Public.
Healing Relationships can begin with supervised visitation.
Hours Available for Visitations