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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-97

§ 50‑97.  Reports.

(a)        The parentingcoordinator shall promptly provide written notification to the court, theparties, and attorneys for the parties if the parenting coordinator makes anyof the following determinations:

(1)        The existing custodyorder is not in the best interests of the child.

(2)        The parentingcoordinator is not qualified to address or resolve certain issues in the case.

(b)        The court shallschedule a hearing and review the matter no later than two weeks followingreceipt of the report. The parenting coordinator shall remain involved in thecase until the hearing.

(c)        If the partiesagree to any fundamental change in the child custody order, the parentingcoordinator shall send the agreement to the parties' attorneys for preparationof a consent order. (2005‑228, s. 1.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-97

§ 50‑97.  Reports.

(a)        The parentingcoordinator shall promptly provide written notification to the court, theparties, and attorneys for the parties if the parenting coordinator makes anyof the following determinations:

(1)        The existing custodyorder is not in the best interests of the child.

(2)        The parentingcoordinator is not qualified to address or resolve certain issues in the case.

(b)        The court shallschedule a hearing and review the matter no later than two weeks followingreceipt of the report. The parenting coordinator shall remain involved in thecase until the hearing.

(c)        If the partiesagree to any fundamental change in the child custody order, the parentingcoordinator shall send the agreement to the parties' attorneys for preparationof a consent order. (2005‑228, s. 1.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_50 > GS_50-97

§ 50‑97.  Reports.

(a)        The parentingcoordinator shall promptly provide written notification to the court, theparties, and attorneys for the parties if the parenting coordinator makes anyof the following determinations:

(1)        The existing custodyorder is not in the best interests of the child.

(2)        The parentingcoordinator is not qualified to address or resolve certain issues in the case.

(b)        The court shallschedule a hearing and review the matter no later than two weeks followingreceipt of the report. The parenting coordinator shall remain involved in thecase until the hearing.

(c)        If the partiesagree to any fundamental change in the child custody order, the parentingcoordinator shall send the agreement to the parties' attorneys for preparationof a consent order. (2005‑228, s. 1.)

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