When parents decide that they do not wish to reside as a couple, there are often questions as to how to work together in the best interests of their children. Sometimes this may involve how to tell their children of their separation, the best access schedule, or how they will make decisions post-divorce.
There are also times during divorce negotiations, or after the divorce is finalized, when it is clear that parents have difficulty in communicating with each other and resolving differences of opinion as to their children’s welfare. In these instances, a judge, or parents themselves, may decide that including a parent coordinator would be to the benefit of all.
I have been involved in many such cases in my Mt. Kisco, NY private practice, and have been able to help parents work together to come up with solutions that keep the children’s needs at the forefront.