Parent coordination is a process in divorce cases where a neutral third party, known as a parent coordinator, helps separated or divorced parents to effectively communicate and make decisions regarding the care and well-being of their children. The parent coordinator works with the parents to resolve disputes and minimize conflicts related to parenting issues. This process is used as an alternative to ongoing litigation, which can be costly and emotionally draining for both parents and children. The goal of parent coordination is to foster a positive co-parenting relationship and ensure that the children’s needs are met, even after the parents have separated or divorced. My extensive experience in divorce litigation and mediation uniquely qualifies me to act as a parent coordinator when the need arises.