Love and Logic for Teens

 

 

 
Monitored Exchanges

Are you unable to exchange your child for visitation without arguing, yelling, or fighting with the other parent? Are the exchanges stressful? Do you have to use the parking lot at the local police station?

If your exchanges are stressful for you, imagine the stress your child feels. No matter how young or old, your child feels your pain, your tension, and your nervousness. No parent wants to knowingly put their child through this.

If you do not look forward to seeing your child's other parent, if you want peace and calm for you and your child, then consider Monitored Exchanges. The purpose is to ensure that a child can transfer between two parents without being put in the middle of their parent's conflicts or other problems. Supervision is limited only to the exchange or transfer with the remainder of the parent/child contact remaining unsupervised.

Caution is taken to assure that the two parents or other individuals exchanging the child do not come in contact with one another. The exchanges take place at staggered pick-up and drop-off times arranged so that the parents do not have to be in contact with one another.