The Parenting Coordinators Association of New Hampshire
Parenting Coordination is a new dispute resolution method for divorced parents and other parents who have a parenting plan or other final order. Mental health professionals, guardians ad litem, lawyers, and judicial officers looking for information on Parenting Coordination can turn to The Parenting Coordinators Association of New Hampshire. The site describes this new dispute resolution process for helping parents implement their parenting plan. The PCANH Handbook, a comprehensive guide available on the group website, includes sample forms such as an appointment order and parenting coordinator agreement.
The site also lists the New Hampshire professionals who have been trained in this process and links to the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC), whose Guidelines are the national standards for the field.
The PCANH will be sponsoring a 2-day parenting coordinators training in 2009.
Tags: parenting coordination, Parenting Coordinators Association of New Hampshire
Posted July 16, 2008
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