Our coaching services provide support for those going through divorce and co-parenting. A divorce coach can be a valuable resource, helping clients navigate the complicated legal and emotional challenges of the divorce process. They can offer guidance, help clients avoid making costly mistakes, and provide support during a difficult time.
Co-parenting coaching is also available, offering a neutral space for both parents to express their concerns and work towards a mutually respectful understanding. Coaching sessions can help avoid emotional conflicts and create a positive co-parenting relationship for the benefit of the children involved.
Regrettably, it’s a common occurrence for homeowners and contractors to forego formal written agreements, instead relying on bids or invoices. This practice has resulted in numerous lawsuits due to misunderstandings that could have been avoided if the parties had clarified their expectations from the outset. To prevent such conflicts, it’s crucial to include specific construction tasks in writing, written change orders for any work beyond the original contract, an attorney’s fees clause, payment dates and schedules, and a total project cost not to exceed. If you’re a homeowner and a contractor took your deposit but failed to complete or poorly executed the work, you can seek legal action against them and their bond if available.
On the other hand, if you’re a contractor and a homeowner refuses to pay you for your agreed-upon work, you can file a lien on the property where the work was carried out to secure payment.
Benefits of post-divorce and co-parenting coaching
- Emotional support: Divorce and co-parenting can be emotionally draining and challenging, and coaching provides a safe and supportive space for individuals to express their feelings and work through difficult emotions.
- Communication skills: Effective communication is crucial in co-parenting, and coaching can help individuals improve their communication skills and learn how to navigate conflict in a constructive way.
- Coping strategies: Coaching can provide individuals with coping strategies to manage stress and anxiety during and after divorce or separation.
- Goal-setting: Coaching can help individuals set goals and develop a plan to achieve them, whether it’s related to co-parenting or personal growth.
- Improved relationships: With effective coaching, individuals can learn how to build and maintain healthy relationships with their co-parent, children, and other important people in their lives.
- Legal guidance: Coaches can provide basic legal information and guidance on divorce and co-parenting matters, such as child support and custody, but they are not attorneys and cannot provide legal advice.
Overall, post-divorce and co-parenting coaching can provide individuals with the tools and support they need to navigate the challenges of divorce and co-parenting and move forward in a positive direction.