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Inclusive Education Project Podcast


Nov 27, 2018

Going through a divorce can be a difficult and stressful time. For parents of children with special needs, going through the divorce process be an especially tricky situation to maneuver. In order to maintain some stability and ensure that the best interests of the child are sought, many divorcing couples seek divorce mediation instead of pursuing divorce in court. Enter our guest, divorce mediation attorney, Jeanann Khalife of Alternative Divorce Solutions. As an attorney-mediator, she acts as a neutral between couples who are seeking an alternative to litigation when going through a divorce.

What We Discuss in This Episode:

  • How finances affect one’s decision to get a divorce
  • Do parents of children living with special needs have unique issues they need to deal with during a divorce?
  • When setting a co-parenting schedule, what’s the best way to make sure each parent is aware of the child’s specific needs?
  • What happens when one parent isn’t given the necessary information about the child from the other parent when co-parenting?
  • What the divorce mediation process entails and how it works
  • Can a couple become better friends following a divorce?
  • How litigating attorneys can often affect the outcome of a divorce process

Contact Information:

Alternative Divorce Solutions

 Divorce Demystified Podcast

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