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What Are The Benefits of Conflict Parenting Coaching?

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After a divorce, it can be a real challenge to continue working with your ex-spouse to parent children. However, it is important to understand that children greatly benefit from having both parents play active roles in their lives. If you find that you cannot work with your ex-spouse or that conflict is becoming an issue, what can possibly be done?

This is why Duke Law Firm, P.C. offers a service known as Conflict Parenting Coaching. There are many benefits to this service, and we can help explain.

Reviewing Conflict Parenting Coaching

In a previous blog, we discussed the process of Conflict Parenting Coaching at length. To review, Conflict Parenting Coaching is a service that helps reduce the number of legal fees that disagreeing parents may encounter by intervening and assisting with communication. With the help of our Conflict Parenting Coach, Susan K. Duke, it is possible to get to the root of disagreements and come up with viable solutions.

Why would you choose this service? Different individuals may find Conflict Parenting Coaching beneficial, such as:

  • Parents that are going through divorce litigation or the court system.
  • Parents that have difficulties or challenges communicating.
  • Parents who know that they will file for a divorce.
  • Parents that wish to avoid divorce litigation or the courtroom.

If you are interested in Conflict Parenting Coaching, but still unsure of the process, understanding the benefits may influence your decision.

Benefits of Conflict Parenting Coaching

There is a multitude of benefits to Conflict Parenting Coaching. Keep reading to find out what they are.

Improving Communication Skills

First, it is important to understand just how your communication skills can improve through Conflict Parenting Coaching. While you may not even speak directly to your ex or other parent directly, there are still communication skills you can gain through this process. For example, you may gain insight into how to effectively communicate with a high-conflict individual or in a high-stress situation. These skills can transfer into other areas of your life, improving your communication abilities overall.

Reducing Tensions Between Parents

It is likely that you will opt into Conflict Parenting Coaching due to existing tensions between you and the other parent of your children. It is important to reduce the tensions between you and your fellow parent for the sake of your children. It will only be more challenging and difficult to parent your children with disagreements and tensions at the core of your working relationship. By going through Conflict Parenting Coaching, you may be able to reduce or eliminate tensions entirely.

Keeping Matters Out of the Courtroom

Conflicts surrounding custody and children can often result in ending up in family court. This means that you will incur additional court and possibly attorney fees. In order to avoid these additional fees, you can choose to go through Conflict Parenting Coaching instead. With the assistance of our coach, you can keep matters outside of court and save money in the long run.

Gaining Insight From an Experienced Family Law Attorney

When you opt for Conflict Parenting Coaching from Duke Law Firm, P.C., you will work with an extremely experienced family law attorney. Susan K. Duke has extensive knowledge of family law, including child custody and helping parents navigate complex situations. She can provide you with the additional insight, strategies, and resources you need to succeed as a parent and work through conflicts.

Contact Duke Law Firm, P.C. for Assistance Anywhere

Are you located outside of New York, but want to utilize Conflict Parenting Coaching services? Our coach, Susan K. Duke, provides services to anyone virtually, regardless of location. Furthermore, you do not have to be in the same room as the other parent. If you are ready to start these services, do not hesitate to contact us today.

To schedule a consultation, call us at (585) 449-4987 or visit us online.

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