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​​Why Should I Use A Co-Parenting Coordinator?

Raising children is difficult enough in a two-parent home. During a divorce, it becomes even more challenging. Suddenly you have children in two different homes, dealing with all the anxiety and combativeness of divorce, and the task becomes almost impossible without professional help.

That’s where co-parenting classes and coordinators come in. At The Siemon Law Firm, we can inform you of your rights and responsibilities when it comes to co-parenting in Atlanta. You can also count on us to provide experienced counsel. When you turn to our divorce attorneys, you can rest assured that we will use every resource at our disposal to resolve your parenting concerns in a favorable manner. Our primary goal is to ensure that you and your children emerge on the other side of this legal process with as few regrets and as much financial security as possible.

What Do Co-Parenting Coordinators Do?

Co-parenting coordinators are trained to help mothers and fathers develop effective strategies for raising children in separate homes. Their assistance is often ordered by the court, and their advice can be extremely useful. Coordinators can shine a light on how parental interactions affect the children and how to create a consistent plan of conduct. In addition, they can sometimes influence future custody or modification actions.

How Long Must I Meet With A Coordinator?

The length of classes can be determined by the coordinator or the court, by the parents or by the guardian ad litem. It depends on the family’s particular situation. If it is court-ordered, the parents must attend as long as the court determines is appropriate. If it is chosen by the parents, they can stop meeting with a coordinator whenever they wish.

Schedule A Consultation

If you have questions about co-parenting classes in Georgia, The Siemon Law Firm can help. Request a confidential consultation with one of our divorce lawyers in Atlanta, Alpharetta, Cumming or Marietta by calling us at 770-888-5120 or by contacting us online. We have the resources and combined years of experience to effectively meet your needs.