Dedicated Coordinators Helping Parents Take The Next Steps Following A Divorce
In highly contested divorce and custody cases, the court may choose to appoint or the parties may agree upon the appointment of a parent coordinator. This individual may be an attorney or a mental health professional. The coordinator will meet with parents for a time period following the divorce or even during the divorce, in an effort to assist in resolving parenting issues and disputes that may arise, working through the problems and achieving a constructive resolution.
This process is intended to ease the transition into co-parenting and the new dynamics of the divorce decree. It is court-ordered, and the parents must pay for the service. However, it has been found to minimize arguing between the parents, as well as the amount of time that is spent in court and with attorneys following the final decree — saving both parties money in the long run.
Resolving Parenting Time And Visitation Issues Efficiently
At Cross Glazier Burroughs, PC, our lawyers are experienced in providing parent coordinator services to families. As veteran family law attorneys, we understand common sticking points and reasons for disputes, as well as how emotionally charged this time is for parents and children alike. We provide solutions and strategies for working through these disputes for both the best interests of the children and the long-term viability of the parenting arrangement.
Our firm often works with cases involving additional complexities such as immigration issues, cultural issues and religious concerns. These considerations can create difficulty in specific issues, including nontraditional holidays. Our attorneys provide knowledgeable guidance in working through these complexities and providing working solutions for the parents.