It wasn’t that long ago (2016) when the Florida State Legislature passed a law regarding parenting coordination. This statute was passed to help ensure that both parents always have the best interests of their child in mind.
Parenting coordination is a method of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) with a focus on resolving conflicts regarding visitation schedules, custody and other related problems.
As long as the court and both parents approve, a parenting coordinator may be able to make legal decisions.
For many parents, it’s difficult to understand what they are and are not allowed to do with their child after a divorce. This can be one of the biggest challenges you ever face. It can also be something that causes you a lot of stress and sleepless nights.
Through the use of parenting coordination, you can work through your issues with the other parent. Even better, you don’t have to concern yourself with a long and drawn out court process.
At our law firm, we have worked with many people who are going through parenting coordination. We know that people have many questions during this time, which is why we’re available to step in to answer questions and provide detailed guidance.
Divorce will change your life in many ways, especially if you have a child with the other parent. While it’s natural to make decisions that put you in a better place, you need to focus on the well-being of your child at all times. Taking this approach will put everyone in a better place in the days, months and years to come.