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Parenting co-ordinators in Ontario now have professional designation

Friday, September 22, 2017 @ 10:23 AM | By Marianne Cuhaci and Hilary Linton

Unlike most separated parents who settle their disputes within a couple of years, some parents’ conflicts continue for many years. These parents keep returning to their lawyers with issues that, from a legal standpoint, might seem inconsequential, but to the parents can be critical enough to compel them to get a second mortgage to fund their battle.

Fights over vacation plans, Christmas arrangements, birthday parties, passport applications, children’s activities, pick-up and drop-off issues, or minor adjustments to the parenting schedule can result in major problems, such...