Florida Statutes, to be inc l ude d on the roster of qualif ie d parenti ng
coordinators of t hat cir c ui t.
2. Each judicial circuit may conduct a crim inal background investigation
and make inquiries n ece ssary to verify an ap plicant’s eligibility to be
included on th e ro ste r .
3. The chief judge or designee(s) in each judicial circuit shall esta blish a
process to periodically review whether a parenting coordinator
continues to be qualif ied an d shall remove a parenting coordinator
immediately from the r oster if the coo rd in a tor is n o lon ger qu al if ied.
4. Any appe al pe rtaining to a pare nting coordinator’s inclusi on on or
remova l from the roster shall be heard and dec ided by the chief judge
or designee(s) in tha t judi c ia l c irc ui t, whose decisi on shall be f inal.
5. A uniform statewide par enting coordination application form is
adopted and attach ed hereto. Thi s a pplication for m sha ll be used in
ever y circuit.
To ensure that all parenti ng co or di na tor tr a in ing courses meet the
require ments of secti on 61. 125, Florida Statutes, and qualify pu rsuant to the
Parenting Coordination Training Standards
atta che d hereto, the DRC shall be
responsible for the review a nd ap pr ova l of all pa re n ti ng coordination training
programs. Trainers desi r ing to offe r parenting coordination training must submit
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