Feeling Lost?

Navigating through the requirements of family law can be very difficult and personal. Don't let the shifting sands of this process leave you lost. Contact us and we will help guide you through this part of your journey with confidential input and guidance.

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Helping you navigate through the desert.

Navigation Service's PRIMARY objective is to meet the needs of the children. Parenting time is designed to meet the children's needs first and foremost. This includes physical and emotional safety of the children first. Navigation does not allow nor encourage adult conversations to take place about the other parent or guardian during parenting time. All conversations and activities are designed to assist children in feeling protected and comfortable. 

Supervised Parenting Time

Supervised FaceTime/Phone Calls

Parenting Assessments

Travel to locations throughout Montana

Transport children when needed to and from parenting times

In special situations, we supervise child exchanges between parents who are divorced and/or sharing custody

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01  Visitation Services

Navigation likes to refer to this as "Parenting Time," although it is most commonly referenced as Supervised Visitations. Navigation offers supervised parenting time in multiple settings, with the children's needs as the primary focus.

We are CPR and First Aid Certified and always travel with our first aid kits.

Though based in the Flathead Valley, Navigation Services, with advanced notice for scheduling purposes, can travel the entire state of Montana. We also offer services in other states, please inquire. 


02  Parenting Assesments

Navigation does offer an accredited parenting assessment for parents in need of a more focused approach to coaching their parenting time


03  Documentation & Court Testimony

Navigation Services provides documentation and parenting summaries. We are able to provide court testimony as needed.

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