Parenting Coordination - How Maryland Rule 9-205.2 can Reduce Family Case Loads

Parenting Coordination — How Maryland Rule 9-205.2 can Red

Maryland adopted Rule 9-205.2 in July 2011. After more than a decade, Maryland Courts have barely tapped the potential of utilizing the Parenting Coordination process to reduce conflict for children, and reduce caseloads. Learn how Parenting Coordination can resolve cases pending trial, with Prejudgment Appointment Orders, and assist the trier of fact in reaching better informed custody rulings.

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