The relationship between co-parents is not always great, and when you throw a public health crisis into the mix, things don’t get any easier. There may be a lot of tension already, and trying to navigate parenting time during our “new normal” is no small feat.
We can’t expect everything to always work itself out, and that’s why you have attorneys to help you. However, right now the courts in Connecticut are hearing only what they consider to be “Priority 1” matters. Those are typically temporary restraining orders and emergency (often referred to as ex parte) motions for custody or modification.
In the wake of this large change, our office is mediating more than ever. Our job as counselors is more than just going to court. We have always been here to help you negotiate, come to equitable agreements, and resolve high-emotion issues that arise. We can help you reach an agreement out of court, and electronically file it so that it is excepted without ever having to step foot in front of a judge.
That said, bridging the gap between co-parents is more important now than ever before. Compromising, working together, and being more flexible with your parenting plan are things you will have to take into consideration while you await a court date (or try to avoid one altogether).
We understand that it’s not always rainbows and butterflies, but that you would probably like it to be. If you need help, Wolf & Shore Law Group is here for you! If you are looking to make your co-parenting mediation, parenting plan modification, or contempt issue easier, and not harder, we are the firm for you!
Choose Wolf & Shore Law Group. Attorneys Kristen Wolf and Shari Shore are both tenacious enough to protect your best interest and compassionate enough to understand the difficulties that arise during a co-parenting dispute. Ever argue with a woman? Let Wolf & Shore Law Group go to work for you. Call us at 203.745.3151 or email us at email@example.com.