Helping You Address Custody Issues After Your Divorce
If you are divorced, and you have children, your relationship with your child’s parent does not end when your marriage does. Sharing custody with your ex requires you to work together to promote your child’s best interests. For parents who cannot set aside their differences regarding parenting obligations, it can be necessary to get outside support.
At Marberry Law Firm, P.C., our founding lawyer strives to bridge the divide between parents struggling with implementing custody orders after their divorce. Attorney Marberry has received training to serve as a parenting coordinator in Urbandale and the adjacent communities. He is committed to helping you fulfill your parenting responsibilities without prolonged disputes.
How A Parent Coordinator Can Help You
In Iowa, parent coordination is a process where a qualified individual works with parents to assist in conflict resolution and adherence to the parenting plan. When you hire attorney Marberry, he will serve as a neutral party, guiding discussions and identifying options that satisfy both parents.
Drawing on decades of family law experience, Douglass S. Marberry uses his insight to:
- Educate parents regarding the impact of parental conflict on children
- Help to improve communication and conflict resolution skills
- Help develop a parenting plan to keep two parents in the child’s life
- Help enhance a child’s confidence and self-esteem and eliminate symptoms of stress
- Act as a valuable resource for families
- Monitor compliance with court orders
Our legal team understands that parenting can be stressful even in the best of times. We are committed to helping you find an approach that reduces tension so that you can focus on what matters: strengthening your relationship with your child.
Whether you have received a court order to work with a parenting coordinator or are seeking our services on your own, you can be sure that we will give you the undivided attention that you deserve.
Contact Our Office Today
Arrange a free consultation to learn more about the parenting coordinator’s role in dispute resolution. You can rely on us to handle your family law matters with the discretion and professionalism they require. Call 515-633-3000, or email us today.