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Parent Coordinator

Parent Coordinator

Parent Coordinator

Our Parent Coordinator Service Can Help You

If you are going through a divorce or a custody dispute, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the legal process and the emotional toll it can take on you and your children. You may also be wondering how to protect your parental rights and ensure the best interests of your children are met. That’s where the Parent Coordinator Service by The Law Office of Mark Upright can help.

The Law Office of Mark Upright has extensive experience in providing Parent Coordinator Services to clients in North Carolina. Mark Upright is a licensed attorney and a certified Parent Coordinator who has helped hundreds of families navigate the challenges of co-parenting after divorce or separation. He is committed to helping parents create a positive and cooperative parenting environment for their children.

An Overview of Parent Coordinator Service in North Carolina

A Parent Coordinator is a neutral third-party professional who assists parents in resolving conflicts and implementing their parenting plan. A Parent Coordinator can help you communicate effectively with your ex-spouse, reduce the frequency and intensity of disputes, and avoid unnecessary litigation. A Parent Coordinator can also help you address issues such as parenting time, holidays, vacations, education, health care, extracurricular activities, and more.

If you are interested in learning more about the Parent Coordinator Service by The Law Office of Mark Upright, please visit or call 828-273-7121 to schedule a consultation. You can also read some testimonials from satisfied clients who have benefited from Mark Upright’s Parent Coordinator Services.

Don’t let your divorce or custody dispute affect your relationship with your children. Contact the Law Office of Mark Upright today and find out how a Parent Coordinator can help you and your family.

Parent Coordinator Services by Attorney Mark Upright

If you are a parent who is going through a divorce or separation, you may be facing challenges in co-parenting with your ex-spouse or partner. You may have disagreements over custody, visitation, parenting styles, child support, or other issues that affect your child’s well-being. You may also have difficulty communicating with each other or following the court orders or parenting plans that are in place.

If this sounds familiar, you may benefit from hiring a parent coordinator (PC) to help you resolve your conflicts and improve your co-parenting relationship. A PC is a neutral professional who works with both parents to help them make timely decisions that are in the best interest of their child. A PC can also help parents follow the court orders or parenting plans and reduce the need for litigation.

Why Attorney Mark Upright?

Attorney Mark Upright is a certified parent coordinator who has extensive experience in family law and mediation. He offers parent coordinator services to parents in Arden, NC and the surrounding areas. He can help you:

– Settle your case: If you do not have a court order or parenting plan, or if you want to modify an existing one, Attorney Upright can help you negotiate an agreement that works for both of you and your child. He can also draft the agreement and file it with the court if needed.

– Follow court orders: If you have a court order or parenting plan, but you are having trouble following it or enforcing it, Attorney Upright can help you clarify the terms and expectations and monitor your compliance. He can also report any violations to the court and recommend sanctions if necessary.

– Resolve disputes: If you have a disagreement over any aspect of your co-parenting arrangement, such as scheduling, holidays, vacations, education, health care, extracurricular activities, or discipline, Attorney Upright can help you find a solution that is fair and reasonable. He can also help you communicate more effectively and respectfully with each other and avoid escalating conflicts.

– Improve communication: If you have difficulty communicating with your co-parent, Attorney Upright can help you develop skills and strategies to communicate more constructively and cooperatively. He can also facilitate communication between you and your co-parent when needed and help you establish boundaries and rules for communication.

Parent coordinator services are not therapy or counseling. They are not intended to address the emotional or psychological issues that may arise from divorce or separation. They are also not legal representation or advice. They are focused on helping parents make practical decisions that benefit their children.

Parent coordinator services are voluntary unless ordered by the court. They are confidential unless waived by both parties or required by law. They are also time-limited, usually lasting for 6 to 12 months or until the issues are resolved.

Parenting Coordinators in North Carolina: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Parenting coordinators are specially trained professionals whose work focuses on helping co-parents manage their parenting plan, improve communication, and resolve disputes. The role of a parenting coordinator will vary based on what a family needs and what the court may stipulate.

A parenting coordinator may monitor that parents are complying with their parenting agreement, to educate and offer recommendations on ways to solve issues, or to even make individual decisions for the parents based on what the court allows. A parenting coordinator is there to work with the co-parents, yet the overarching focus of their work is to uphold the best interests of the children and encourage each parent to do so as well.

As a co-parent, you may be wondering if working with a parenting coordinator is in your best interest. If you are always in conflict and cannot resolve issues with your co-parent, consider the following reasons as to why working with a parenting coordinator may help.

You are more likely to spend less time in the courtroom. When your parenting coordinator is there to help by offering guidance or even making decisions when you can’t reach one together, you’ll spend less time arguing with your co-parent to no end.
When there’s less conflict, you are also less likely to make return trips to court. In turn, this will also help you to save money by not having to spend more on legal fees.

It may help to reduce stress on you and your kids.
Conflict can create a huge emotional burden for those in it or surrounded by it. Even if you’re not arguing in front of your kids, they may still be quite impacted by the tension they sense.

A parenting coordinator can help you to stop fighting so much by educating you on ways to resolve conflicts promptly. While you will be glad to have stopped fighting so much, your kids will also be happy to have more peace across their two homes.

Your kids may also learn better communication and problem-solving skills.
Parents are the most important role models for their children. When co-parents can communicate with each other and make decisions without conflict, their kids are likely to notice. They may even learn a thing or two about positive communication skills to use themselves.

Parenting coordinators are focused on making the right decisions for your children. Whether it’s conscious or not, it can be hard sometimes for co-parents to separate the issues they have between each other from the crucial decisions they must make for their kids. A parenting coordinator comes in as a neutral third party, so the suggestions they make are unbiased and always in favor of the children.

A parenting coordinator will seek to gain an understanding of what is really going on within the family to create conflict. In many cases, this person will meet with both parents separately, and possibly the children, to get a deeper understanding of what might be creating and persisting the conflict. This gives them better insight as they help co-parents make the best decisions moving forward.

You’ll have more time to focus on your kids.
While your parenting time is based on your parenting agreement, working with a parenting coordinator can take away some of the stress you used to have when it came to dealing with your co-parent. With less stress about communication or making decisions, you will be able to spend more time focused on your kids.

Working with a parenting coordinator may be a good option for families transitioning into shared parenting, but as always, the needs of every family are unique. Discuss parenting coordination with your attorney or other trusted family law professionals to get an idea of how it could impact your situation.

Contact Our Asheville, NC Attorney Today

If you are interested in hiring Attorney Mark Upright as your parent coordinator, please contact his office at (828) 273-7121. He will be happy to answer any questions you may have and schedule an initial consultation with both parents.

Parent coordinator services can make a positive difference in your co-parenting relationship and your child’s well-being. Don’t wait any longer to get the help you need. Call Attorney Mark Upright today and see how he can help you.

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