If children are involved in a divorce, you and your ex-partner make arrangements in the parenting plan about the division of care. Even after a divorce, children and their parents have the right to interact with each other. This also applies to parents who do not have custody. But grandparents are also entitled to contact with their grandchildren. Although the parents make the agreements, the best interests of the child are paramount in determining the visitation scheme.

This means co-parenting if your child spends half the time with one parent and the other half with the other parent.

Ms Boomsma-Shriber helps parents create a balanced visitation scheme. In this process, she takes into account the interests and wishes of parents and the well-being of the children. The aim is always to prevent possible damage to the children. Both now and in the future.