Post-Decree Mediation in Denver, CO

There are many reasons it may be necessary to modify parts of your agreement, such as decision-making regarding your children, parenting time, or child support. Such modifications may be made either by court order, or by stipulation as a result of either negotiation or mediation. If you’re in Denver, Arvada, or Lakewood, CO, the post-decree mediators at A Center for Divorce Solutions can help.

If the parties do not agree to modify parental responsibility (once called “custody” in Colorado law) or parenting time, then the process for obtaining a court order may be very difficult, time-consuming and expensive, depending on how hard the parties want to fight. Even if lawyers are involved, post-decree mediation may be useful in obtaining an out-of-court settlement that is both better designed for the particular parties, and may be less expensive than litigating the issue.

Solve Post Decree Issues with Post-Decree Mediation in Denver

Modifying child support should be less difficult since almost all child support orders are based on a formula. There may be disputes, however, about the parties’ incomes, what daycare the parties should use, and what expenses should be included in the calculation. For decision-making, parenting time, and child support disputes, post-decree mediation will almost always provide a quicker and less expensive resolution than litigation. Contact us at 303-377-2295 or schedule a free consultation with our post-decree mediators to discuss divorce mediation specifics, document preparation, and more.

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