Parenting coordination is a nonlitigation-based dispute resolution process that is court-ordered or agreed on by divorced or separated parents who have an ongoing pattern of high conflict or litigation regarding their children. It is a technique most often utilized by parents who care deeply about their children, but have demonstrated an inability to resolve their child-related disputes through other processes such as court, mediation, initial settlement conferences or custody evaluations. The collaborative nature of parenting coordination is often the change that is needed to stay out of court.
There are many benefits to enlisting the help of a skilled lawyer who understands parenting coordination and knows how to make it work for you and your family. At Collis & Griffor PC, our family law attorneys have over 30 years of collective experience helping good people just like you make it through the difficult process of being a good parent over the course of a divorce.
Attorneys Who Understand How To Make Parenting Coordination Work For You
Our skilled and experienced team can help you establish a parenting coordination agreement that works for you, your children and your lifestyle. Although the underlying principle of parenting coordination is an unwavering focus on the children’s best interests, we always keep sight of the fact that your relationship with your children will be lifelong and your children’s memories throughout these moments will shape them for a lifetime.
At Collis & Griffor PC, we can use parenting coordination to help you:
- Construct a parenting plan that’s workable
- Comply with court orders and parenting plans in a way that is healthy for the children
- Make timely decisions that address the children’s needs
- Reduce the amount of damaging conflict between other adults to whom the children are exposed
- Diminish the pattern of unnecessary court appearances over child-related issues
The Parenting Coordinator
Although the parenting coordination process will differ from case to case — depending on factors such as court orders and instructions, level of attorney engagement and parental cooperation — a parenting coordinator (PC) will always be appointed and attempt to work with both parents to find a process that works best for the family.
If you are considering parenting coordination, call Collis & Griffor PC today at 734-827-1337, or contact us online to set up an appointment for a consultation. We advise and represent clients in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and throughout southern Michigan.