After a Massachusetts divorce, your relationship with your children may be strained. These strains are sometimes fed by the parent with residential custody, but can also stem from extended time apart or a shortage of time to spend with your children. In these instances, some parents seek the family court’s assistance in requiring their children to attend counseling with them.
Reunification therapy is a form of counseling that has gained a great deal of attention in recent years, while also stirring controversy. Read on to learn more about reunification therapy, and speak to an experienced family attorney if you’re considering seeking this therapy for you and your children.
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If you are struggling to rekindle your relationship with your child or wish to increase the amount of parenting time you have, get help from an experienced and compassionate attorney in reuniting with your child by contacting the Massachusetts family law attorney Renee Lazar for assistance, by call 978-844-4095 to schedule a FREE one hour no obligation consultation.