Following parenting agreements after separation can be difficult.
Often parents work very hard to get a Parenting Plan or Parenting Orders, only to find that the conflict with the other parent continues.
Often, it is the small day to day things that parents can’t agree on, such as child-care arrangements or drop-off and pickup locations or why school uniforms are not returned laundered. Other times it is bigger issues such as travel or education.
So how can Parenting Coordination help?
Once parents have a Parenting Order or a Parenting Plan in place our Parenting Coordinator works with parents to help them carry out their ongoing parenting arrangements more easily.
A Family Court may order parents to participate in Parenting Coordination or parents may choose it themselves.
Parenting Coordination is not a confidential process and sometimes the Parenting Coordinator may provide their observations and recommendations to a Family Court. This helps keep everyone on track and accountable.
We can help you manage ongoing issues with your ex-partner about the parenting agreement you have reached so that you can better support your children at the time they need it most.
Parenting Coordination fees
Our fees tend to be only a fraction of the usual costs of litigating in court.
We charge a fixed fee for your meetings with the Parenting Coordinator.
Contact us to find out more.