documents and testify in the action as a fact witness; and
7. if concerned that a party or child is in imminent physical or emotional danger,
communicate with the Court or court personnel to request an immediate hearing.
No therapist-patient relationship and/or privilege is created by the entry of this Order.
Communication between the Parenting Coordinator and the parties is not confidential.
parties shall be required to pay the Parenting Coordinator an advance deposit in the amount
of per party, which shall be deposited into the Parenting Coordinator’s escrow
account. The parties shall pay the hourly fee established by the Parenting Coordinator, as set
forth in the Parenting Coordinator’s agreement.
REMOVAL OR RESIGNATION OF PARENTING COORDINATOR:
The Court shall remove a parenting coordinator on motion of a party or an attorney for the child,
if the Court finds good cause, or on a finding that continuation of the appointment is not in the
best interest of the child.
The Parenting Coordinator may resign at any time by written notice sent by first-class mail to
each party and any attorney for the child. The notice shall state the effective date of the
resignation and that the parties may request the appointment of another parenting coordinator.
The notice shall be sent at least 15 days before the effective date of the resignation. Promptly
after mailing the notice, and at least seven days before the effective date of resignation, the
parenting coordinator shall file a copy of the notice with the Court.
Judge, Circuit Court for Montgomery County, MD
cc: Family Division Services Coordinator
cc: Parenting Coordinator:
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