High-conflict families that litigate often, many times over frivolous things, occupy a disproportionate amount of court time and resources. Courts and judges have begun to gradually delegate limited authority over these parties' parenting plans to specially trained parenting coordinators. Here are some important rules for such coordinators, or for anyone dealing with emotionally charged, highly adversarial family situations.
The Seven Golden Rules of Effective Parenting Coordination
New Jersey Law Journal
June 14, 2013