Family Court Facilitators can help you figure out what a custody case needs to be completed or closed. They help to get the case on the right path for the judge so that it doesn’t get stuck in court and to also keep it focused on the children. They tell you what papers you need to fill out and what must be done to complete the case. They tell you about different options to resolve your case (example: reaching an agreement or going to trial). They may talk with you about different processes, like mediation, where you try to reach an agreement with your ex instead of having the judge decide your case. While they can provide information, they cannot give legal advice. Have your case name ready when you call. Click on the website link for a list of court facilitators and their contact information.
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