Why did the Judge order a Parenting Coordination?

Parents may need a Parenting Coordinator when other avenues of problem resolution have not worked and there are continued disagreements regarding issues such as schedules, overnight parenting time, choice of schools, extracurricular activities, exchanging the children, holiday scheduling, the handling of the children's behavior, religious training, health issues, and problematic behaviors on the part of one or both parents. Many times, the family has already participated in a custody and parenting time evaluation. Using a Parenting Coordinator to resolve disputes and help make recommendations to the Court about your children can be a useful alternative to repeatedly going to Court.

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1. Why did the Judge order a Parenting Coordination?
2. What issues can the Parent Coordinator resolve?
3. How do I contact my Parent Coordinator?
4. Is there a fee for Parent Coordination?