What to Expect
To take part in the Conflict Resolution Conference (CRC), parents must be referred by the Family Court. At the start of the process the parents may be asked to sign Authorization for Release of Information forms. The FRC assigned to the case can then get information from professional sources, such as schools, therapists or doctors, which may help in resolving the issue.
The CRC is a confidential process. Exceptions to this will be discussed in the first session. There may be up to two, 3-hour sessions in all, and the attorneys of record may be brought into the process at any time.