parenting consultant

Three Ways a Parenting Consultant Is Removed

Parenting consultants (PCs) are commonly appointed in Minnesota family cases to make decisions and resolve disputes. PCs serve as a neutral third party, after the issue of a divorce decree, that makes decisions regarding parenting time. A court order is created and must be signed by both parents. Once completed, ...

2022-05-17T09:08:03-05:00May 17, 2022|Categories: Child Custody|Tags: , |

The Pros & Cons of Appointing a Parenting Consultant

Everyone has differing opinions about parenting consultants. Even family law attorneys have differing opinions on this topic! In this article, we are going to discuss some of the pros and cons of appointing a parenting consultant in your family law case. What You Need to Know About Parenting Consultants To ...

2020-08-27T16:38:05-05:00November 6, 2019|Categories: Family Law Blog|Tags: , |

Parenting Time Expeditors and Parenting Consultants in Minnesota

If you are involved in a “high conflict” parenting situation (i.e. a divorce, custody proceeding, or post decree issue), the services of a parenting consultant or a parenting time expeditor may be appropriate to assist with on-going conflict in the case. But what’s the difference between a parenting consultant and ...