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Getting started... to begin finding solutions outside of court for your family in transition, check out our downloads section for handy fillable forms that will help organize your thoughts and your case. 

Next, call us at (303) 455-6300 or   E-mail: mary@cofamilysolutions.com  for an appointment.

All services are billed by time and payment is due at the beginning of each session. We accept credit cards and Paypal.  Click the button below to make a payment. 

 

 

Meetings are scheduled in two hour blocks, but can be scheduled for longer. It is not necessary for you to have an attorney in order to use our services. Before you sign any agreement, however, you are encouraged to review it with an attorney and/or financial advisor.

We are flexible

   to help you be flexible...

At Family Solutions Center, LLC we offer a wide variety of services to families in transition:

Mediation, a process in which the parties use

an impartial person to assist them in negotiating with

each other by facilitating communications and problem-solving

until an agreement is reached or the parties acknowledge

that they are at an impasse. Mediation is informal,

confidential, voluntary, and non-adversarial.

 

Domestic Relations

Decision-Making, a process in

which the parties use an impartial person to make binding

decisions to resolve on-going issues as to the implementation

or clarification of existing parenting

agreements or orders, including parenting time, disputed

parental decisions, and child support. A domestic relations

decision-maker is appointed by the court with the

consent of the parties.

 

Arbitration, a process in which the parties

use an impartial person to make binding decisions to resolve

property and financial issues as well as issues

concerning the parties’ children. For arbitrations concerning

the parties’ minor or dependent children, the arbitrator

chosen by the parties is appointed by the

court with the consent of the parties.

 

Parenting Coordination, a process

in which the parties use an impartial person to assist

them in implementing an agreed-upon or court-ordered

parenting plan by developing communications guidelines,

suggesting resources for learning appropriate communication

skills, helping parties identify sources and causes

of conflict, and developing parenting strategies to allow

the parties to minimize their conflict. A parenting coordinator

assists the parties in developing strategies for resolving

on-going parenting disputes as they arise, but

does not impose binding parenting decisions.

 

Mary A. Wollard, JD, is an attorney, mediator, and arbitrator with over 20 years experience in solving the legal issues of divorce, parenting (custody), marital property and support

 

 

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4465 Kipling Street, Suite 200, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
(303) 455-6300

 E-mail: mary@cofamilysolutions.com

Mary A. Wollard, JD