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Court Ordered Custody Mediation

Custody Mediation

When a child custody matter ensues, our courts schedule Mediation to take place with a mediator who is assigned to evaulate and recommend custody of the children.

Generally, the Mediator is not concerned that one parent is dating, or the facts surrounding the breakup of the parents. Mediation is relating to the what is in the best interest of the children. With that being said, Mediators are looking to see both aprents' ability to co-parent their children after the breakup. Simply stated, the courts want care most about the welfare of the children not the bickering or slander by parents against each other.

A few areas of actual concern for Mediators can include the following:

  • Parental Alienation
  • Physical or Mental Abuse
  • Substance Abuse by parent
  • Homework, missed school by child
  • Health issues and special concerns relating to the child
  • Corporal Punishment

Your attorney cannot be present at Mediation. Family Code Section 216(a) prohibits against speaking with court appointed mediators.

When facing a Child Custody dispute call the Law Offices of Richard K. Isles.

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