Do I Need a Parent Coordinator?

Mediation is an affordable alternative to attorneys.  Mediators are neutral and do not chose a side.  A mediators role is to ensure that there is effective communication between the parties and that a resolve is reached.  Attorneys make their money from “pitting” the litigating parties from one another.  The longer and more that the parties fight, the more money an attorney will make.  A mediator is trained to facilitate communication and to remain neutral.

A Mediator who is trained and certified in Family Mediation can also act as a Parent Coordinator.  A Parent Coordinators role is to help familes to resolve their time-sharing issues during the process of dissolution as well as afterwards.  A court can also order a family to hire a Parent Coordinator.  If a court issues an order to utilize a Parent Coordinator, the court will require an individual who is certified by the court as a Parent Coordinator.  Parent Coordinators are very similar to Family Mediators.  They do not take sides or favor one party over the other.  Family mediation is a cost-effective resolution to using attorneys.  The end result is a cost-effective solution to resolving the issues in a timely manner.  Genesis Divorce is the Smart Divorce.

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