No. If you involve a third party decision maker, you should get legal advice. You may find that a coordinator complicates the issue. The parents should never use the parent time coordinator to make decisions. Reserve decisions for the court. Supervised visitation is put in place by the court to protect the children. It is highly unlikely that supervision orders would be set aside on a technicality. However, you should follow the court orders regarding supervisors. If there is an issue with a supervisor, speak with an attorney about how you should handle the situation. For further information on third party decision makers, click on the link “Special Masters” below.