(a) The parenting coordinator shall provide the following to the attorneys for the parties and to the parties:
(1) A written summary of the developments in the case following each meeting with the parties.
(2) Copies of any other written communications.
(b) The parenting coordinator shall maintain records of each meeting. These records may only be subpoenaed by order of the judge presiding over the case. The court must review the records in camera and may release the records to the parties and their attorneys only if the court determines release of the information contained in the records will assist the parties with the presentation of their case at trial. (2005-228, s. 1.)
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