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§ 50‑92.  Authority ofparenting coordinator.

(a)        The authority of aparenting coordinator shall be specified in the court order appointing theparenting coordinator and shall be limited to matters that will aid theparties:

(1)        Identify disputedissues.

(2)        Reducemisunderstandings.

(3)        Clarify priorities.

(4)        Explorepossibilities for compromise.

(5)        Develop methods ofcollaboration in parenting.

(6)        Comply with thecourt's order of custody, visitation, or guardianship.

(b)        Notwithstandingsubsection (a) of this section, the court may authorize a parenting coordinatorto decide issues regarding the implementation of the parenting plan that arenot specifically governed by the court order and which the parties are unableto resolve. The parties must comply with the parenting coordinator's decisionuntil the court reviews the decision. The parenting coordinator, any party, orthe attorney for any party may request an expedited hearing to review aparenting coordinator's decision. Only the judge presiding over the case maysubpoena the parenting coordinator to appear and testify at the hearing.

(c)        The parentingcoordinator shall not provide any professional services or counseling to eitherparent or any of the minor children. The parenting coordinator shall referfinancial issues to the parties' attorneys. (2005‑228, s. 1.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-92

§ 50‑92.  Authority ofparenting coordinator.

(a)        The authority of aparenting coordinator shall be specified in the court order appointing theparenting coordinator and shall be limited to matters that will aid theparties:

(1)        Identify disputedissues.

(2)        Reducemisunderstandings.

(3)        Clarify priorities.

(4)        Explorepossibilities for compromise.

(5)        Develop methods ofcollaboration in parenting.

(6)        Comply with thecourt's order of custody, visitation, or guardianship.

(b)        Notwithstandingsubsection (a) of this section, the court may authorize a parenting coordinatorto decide issues regarding the implementation of the parenting plan that arenot specifically governed by the court order and which the parties are unableto resolve. The parties must comply with the parenting coordinator's decisionuntil the court reviews the decision. The parenting coordinator, any party, orthe attorney for any party may request an expedited hearing to review aparenting coordinator's decision. Only the judge presiding over the case maysubpoena the parenting coordinator to appear and testify at the hearing.

(c)        The parentingcoordinator shall not provide any professional services or counseling to eitherparent or any of the minor children. The parenting coordinator shall referfinancial issues to the parties' attorneys. (2005‑228, s. 1.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-92

§ 50‑92.  Authority ofparenting coordinator.

(a)        The authority of aparenting coordinator shall be specified in the court order appointing theparenting coordinator and shall be limited to matters that will aid theparties:

(1)        Identify disputedissues.

(2)        Reducemisunderstandings.

(3)        Clarify priorities.

(4)        Explorepossibilities for compromise.

(5)        Develop methods ofcollaboration in parenting.

(6)        Comply with thecourt's order of custody, visitation, or guardianship.

(b)        Notwithstandingsubsection (a) of this section, the court may authorize a parenting coordinatorto decide issues regarding the implementation of the parenting plan that arenot specifically governed by the court order and which the parties are unableto resolve. The parties must comply with the parenting coordinator's decisionuntil the court reviews the decision. The parenting coordinator, any party, orthe attorney for any party may request an expedited hearing to review aparenting coordinator's decision. Only the judge presiding over the case maysubpoena the parenting coordinator to appear and testify at the hearing.

(c)        The parentingcoordinator shall not provide any professional services or counseling to eitherparent or any of the minor children. The parenting coordinator shall referfinancial issues to the parties' attorneys. (2005‑228, s. 1.)

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