Problems which were not anticipated at the time of a divorce sometimes arise between former spouses. Economic circumstances may change leading to a need to modify child or spousal support arrangements. Or there may be a need for a change relative to child custody and parenting schedules including a parent's desire to relocate because of remarriage or for better job opportunities. Returning to court to seek a modification of the final judgment of divorce is expensive and stressful. These kind of post-divorce financial or child-related disagreements are best addressed in the more informal and non-adversarial atmosphere of mediation where all options may be considered and mutually acceptable solutions agreed upon.