To determine if a parenting coordinator is the right option for you, ask these 2 questions:
Do you already have a parenting plan or court order about parenting in place?
Do you and your ex frequently argue about parenting decisions in a way that is negatively impacting your children?
If you answered yes to both questions, a parenting coordinator may be a good choice for your family. Parenting coordinators are usually dispute resolution professionals, sometimes social workers, or psychologists, and sometimes lawyers. The right parenting coordinator can be a game-changer for a co-parenting relationship as it can really help to have a neutral third party involved with your family.
Any guidance provided is not covered by solicitor–client privilege, nor is it taking into consideration all of the facts of your matter beyond those in the question. The legal information is specific to British Columbia Law. If you want a more thorough and case-specific analysis of your legal matter, please contact us to arrange a consultation.