Parenting Coordinator

Requesting a Parenting Coordinator

When parents have difficulty implementing the terms of their Parenting Plan, they may ask the court to appoint a Parenting Coordinator in order to facilitate a more positive relationship between the parents. By using a Parenting Coordinator the parents agree to avoid further litigation and court involvement in order to minimize their parenting conflicts. The role of the Parenting Coordinator is to assist the parents in resolving disagreements and to provide “co-parenting arbitration” when disputes cannot be negotiated or resolved between the parents themselves. The Parenting Coordinator will meet with the parties, may interview or observe the children and obtain relevant information from concerned others such as individual therapists, teachers, or physicians in order to assist the co-parents to better understand and meet their children’s needs.

If you believe that a Parenting Coordinator can help your co-parenting issues, you can talk with your attorney or call Shanelaris Schirch & Warburton, PLLC for more information.

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