Helping Co-Parents Find Common Ground
The term “child custody” does not really encapsulate what it means to be an effective co-parent. “Child custody,” as a term, dates back to a time when it was more common for courts to award child custody rights mostly to one parent. These days, everyone should know that children are happiest and healthiest when both parents — married or divorced — play meaningful, supportive roles in their children’s lives.
When parents divorce, one of the most important first steps is to find common ground where the parents can come to an agreement regarding child-related issues. This process can be challenging, especially when the parents themselves are coping with the conflict and trauma of divorce. At the Law Office of Matt Sossi, we are here to help you find that common ground, identify the relevant child-related issues, and create an effective co-parenting agreement.
To discuss your goals and concerns, we encourage you to schedule a consultation today. Attorney Matt Sossi is a trained mediator and collaborative divorce attorney with more than 25 years of experience. Call us in San Antonio at 210-686-6193 or complete our contact form. You can also schedule a mediation with our convenient mediation scheduling forms.
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In matters of co-parenting, the best interests of the children always come first. For the parents, that requires finding a path away from conflict and toward common ground where effective co-parenting is possible. Typically, that process involves learning or re-learning some communication skills that may have broken down due to the conflict and trauma of divorce.
At the Law Office of Matt Sossi, we encourage you to think of divorce as a process that allows you to transition from being a spouse to being an effective co-parent. That transition will be challenging, but we are here to guide you every step of the way. We take a collaborative approach to matters of family law and co-parenting, and we can provide you with counsel and resources to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
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If you would like to learn more about family law mediation or the collaborative process, our handbooks are an excellent resource that can help you decide which method is right for you:
Contact The Law Office of Matt Sossi
Attorney Matt Sossi has been helping parents in San Antonio and throughout the Bexar County area for more than 25 years. To arrange a consultation, please call us at 210-686-6193 or complete our contact form. To book a mediation, just use our mediation scheduling tool. We look forward to helping you find practical solutions.