Kerry can help you create a detailed parenting plan that will ensure the best outcome for your family, or help you settle a few remaining small issues if you have already agreed on the main arrangements. Kerry is able to help you future-proof your shared parenting by helping you work pro-actively work through issues before they become a problem. Kerry can also see you into the future, to revise your plan as your children grow and your family’s needs change.
Agreements made at mediation may be made legally binding or kept open and flexible.
Under Family Court legislation Kerry has obligations to be an advocate for the best interests of children. With her background in psychology, Kerry takes that role very seriously. Children flourish when parents’ are focussed on their own wellbeing. Parenting agreements must work for the wellbeing of parents and children and when you are attending mediation, everyone’s interests need to be considered.