Parenting Time expeditor vs Parenting Consultant - What's the Difference? by Susan Carpenter

Parenting Time expeditor vs Parenting Consultant - What's the Difference?

What Divorcing Parents Need to Know


Family Court Professionals and the roles they perform can be confusing, not to mention scary. It is good to know as much as possible before you sign on the dotted line. Many parents have been caught up in agreeing to contract with Parent Facilitators before having a good understanding of what they can and cannot do. These are important roles that greatly impact your children and family. Hiring one should not be taken lightly. On-going court interaction can make the legal process drag on and become very expensive. It helps when you understand what you are agreeing to and how much it may cost. Make sure that you are the best advocate you can be for your children and yourself by being well informed.

This course will explain the difference in the roles of PTE and PC, from the perspective of Minnesota Family Court, but will also include information useful to parents everywhere. Best of all, it's free! That is a rare thing in the world of Family Court!

What's included?

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High Conflict Central Full Disclaimer
3 mins
Instructor Bio and Disclaimer
Lesson One: Family Court and Parent Facilitators
Lesson Two: PTE and PC Role Defined
Lesson Three: Confidentiality and Immunity
Lesson Four: PTE and PC Appointments
Lesson Five: Who Pays the Cost?
Lesson Six: Learn More

Control the conflict so it doesn't control you!

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