Solo and Small Firm

The Practitioner Winter 2014, Volume 20, Issue 1

Getting Positive Results Through the Court’s Child Custody Mediation Program

By Anne C. Adams

Anne C. Adams is the owner of Law Offices of Anne C. Adams, with offices in Los Angeles and Canoga Park. Anne is a certified family law specialist certified by The State Bar of Califomia Board of Legal Specialization. In addition to family law, Anne practices in the areas of bankruptcy and debt negotiation as well as estate planning. She is a Past Chair of the Solo and Small Firm Section of The State Bar of California.

When parents start a dissolution of marriage or a parentage case and they stop living together, there are many issues to resolve when there are minor children. One of the most serious issues for many parents is determining the schedule for the children to divide their time between the parents’ homes. This schedule is known as the parenting plan.

Some parents are able to create a parenting plan that works well for everyone by himself or herself. More often, parents living in different homes need assistance with creating a parenting plan either from their attorneys or through the court’s custody mediation program.

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