Parent Coordination requires a court order to begin. The court order should detail the issues or topics to be covered, and also should spell out the scope of the role, types of decisions that can be made, and length of appointment for the parent coordinator. Essentially, a parent coordinator’s job is to assist parents in decision making and guide them to more effective co-parenting. Parent coordinators may provide information to the court via reports and/or recommendations, and the process is not confidential.
At Dispute Resolution Center, our goal is to empower parents to be decision-makers for their children. We offer tools, strategies and perspectives to guide parents to work together on behalf of their children as effectively as possible. We believe when we do our job well, we work our way out of your family and case. Few people enjoy parent coordination conflict; we can help you find the best path through your current situation.
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Our mediation team provides guidance through conflict by helping you explore a variety of potential solutions for your unique situation. With years of experience, our team is dedicated to helping you realize your mediation goals. The mediation team at Dispute Resolution Center have several lifetimes of combined experience to aid our clients. There’s not much we haven’t seen, heard about, or helped people resolve. Having handled thousands of cases, we understand what matters to people and how to assist you in the best likelihood of reaching resolution.
Rarely can a client not get ahold of a mediator in our office if they need one. If your mediator is not available, our staff or another mediator can almost always get you an answer if you have a question. If you have a question or would like to schedule a consultation please contact the Dispute Resolution Center at 913.490.3689.