Mediation: Best for Building Relationships Between Non-Custodial Parents and Their Children

Mediation: Best for Building Relationships Between Non-Custodial Parents and Their Children

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Torn between mediation vs litigation? If you are posturing for a custody dispute, mediation is best for parents who may end up as non-residential parents. This is especially true if you are the parent who thinks he or she may end up as the non-residential parent (non-primary custodian). 

As a non-residential parent, your odds of building a strong and long-lasting relationship with your children -- by being a part of their lives while they are growing up --  is much greater if you opt for mediation over litigation.