The Court can order you to use ourfamilywizard if there is high conflict between the parents and it is in the best interests of the child. If you cannot afford the yearly membership they do offer scholarships, I would recommend checking into that.
Your attorney talked about this and you do not like it. Well, then do not do it. Yes the court can order this.
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The judge can order the use the Family Wizard and in more serious cases the appointment of a Parent Coordinator for dispute resolutions and recommendation to the court for orders.
The information is not monitored by the attorneys and the judge is only likely to review it if there is a dispute. The advantage is that it is a great incentive to display your best behavior.
Yes, the judge can order you to utilize OurFamilyWizard for communication purposes. I have had the same ordered by Judges in quite a few cases. To be frank, I think that the Wizard is a wonderful program for high conflict as well as low conflict divorces. I would suggest that language be included that requires the use of the wizard program as the exclusive form of communication, excepting cases in which the use of the program would be impractical or in an emergency. I would also suggest that each party should check into the Wizard on a daily basis (you can download the program to your smartphone) and be required to respond to parenting inquiries of the other party within 24 hours of the receipt of the same.
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