When a high conflict divorce comes to an end, if there are children, the conflict usually doesn’t dissipate.
Too often, it flares regularly, during exchanges of minor children for visitation.
One common solution is to conduct exchanges at police stations. But that’s less than ideal.
A better approach, where available, is to conduct exchanges at a supervised visitation center – even if visitation by either parent is not required to be supervised.
Supervised visitation centers are equipped with the personnel and facilities to orchestrate exchanges that avoid contact between parents.