All too often, divorce can get ugly. And when there are children involved, things can get even uglier. Each parent feels they have certain rights, the child is often caught in the middle, and a seemingly never-ending cycle of feuding fueled by bitterness and jealousy begins — both in court and out.
Enter, “parenting coordinators.”
Such is the name given to the select group of professional psychologists and lawyers who have been specially trained to aid in particularly contentious divorce cases. It’s all part of an initiative launched by the Family Justice Courts (FJC) back in 2016. The coordinators, who are assigned to manage high-conflict child custody and visitation cases, have one goal in mind: facilitating parent cooperation and carrying court-ordered arrangements.
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