Divorce: New York

Divorce: New York

Tag Archives: Parent Coordinator

Judge Calls for Bickering Parents to be Mature

Posted in Custody and Visitation
Kings County Justice Matthew J. D’Emic, in his April 3, 2013 decision in E.S. v. S.S., blamed both parents for the stress upon their young daughters. As a result, no change was made to the custody and visitation provisions of the parents’ divorce judgment. Both sides sought changes to the judgment’s visitation schedule. The mother … Continue Reading

Are Parenting Coordinators Too Little, Too Late in Custody and Visitation Disputes?

Posted in Custody and Visitation
In an effort to help parents in high-conflict decision-making disputes, New York courts are now appointing “Parenting Coordinators.” Professor Andrew Schepard of the Hofstra University School of Law in his  article, “Parenting Coordinator for High Conflict Parent” N.Y.L.J., 5/8/03, p. 3 col. 1, explained the role of Parenting Coordinator as “a combination educator, mediator and … Continue Reading