New Jersey’s 5-year-old Parenting Coordinator Pilot Program has been shut down. The people it was designed to help were often beyond the stage of consolation
New Jersey’s Parenting Coordinator Pilot Program in Bergen, Middlesex, Morris/Sussex and Union vicinages has ended. This pilot program seems to have run into trouble because the people it was designed to help (parents in high conflict disputes over child custody and visitation provisions) were often beyond the stage of consolation by the time a parent coordinator would intervene.
Acting Administrative Director of the Courts, Glenn Grant sent a notice at the request of the Conference of Presiding Family Judges and the Supreme Court’s Family Practice Committee. Click here for the full story.Published on: