The Development of Parenting Coordination and an Examination of Policies and Practices in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta
Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family.
This paper reviews the development of parenting coordination in the United States and its adoption in Canada, as well as the findings of the research available to date on parenting coordination, its efficacy in resolving parenting disputes, its efficacy in steering such disputes out of court and its impact on parental conflict. It discusses the practice of parenting coordination in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario, compares processes and training standards in those provinces, and makes recommendations for the practice of parenting coordination in Alberta, and in Canada generally.
family law, law
Bertrand, L.D., & Boyd, J.-P. E. (2017). The Development of Parenting Coordination and an Examination of Policies and Practices in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta. (Rep.).Calgary, AB: Canadian Research Institutue for Law and the Family