When a court order or an arbitrator enforces a family to have a parent co-ordinator, it is usally to support divorce or separated parties in having effective communication for the benefit of children. A court order ensures that the parenting time is followed as set by the court or an arbitrator.
Both parties may decide to have a short term parent co-ordinator assigned during mediation process to help with their communication and implementation of the children's parenting plan. The process of parenting Co-ordination is an effective and cost efficient way to resolve co-parenting disputes when compared to returning to court time and time again.
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The parent co-ordinators at Collaborative Mediation Law are compassionate, caring and experts in child development and alternative dispute resolution. Our parent co-ordinators are child focused, whose role is to help with co-parenting so that the level of conflict is lessened. The parenting co-ordinator can support you with your parenting time, telephone access, trasnsportation of the children, child care, parenting issues, exchange of information issues and the children's social, emotional, academic, and mediacal needs.
Collaborative Mediation Law has a high track record of satisfaction and dispute resolution among families. Our process aims to get families on the same page by enrolling in the same parenting course. Research has shown the importance of having the same rules for children to follow in separate homes, this not only reduces conflict and frustration for co-parents but it also meets the best needs of the children.
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