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Many co-parents are asking the question. What do you do with your current parenting plan under stay at home orders? How do you split time during a pandemic? What is best to keep your children safe during this time? What if your co-parent isn’t on the same page?
We understand these are difficult times and that co-parenting outside a pandemic is hard enough. Now, as parents, you are being asked to do more than ever before. While we stress communication and cooperation with your co-parent, we understand that legal intervention may still be needed. Attorney Rebekkah Mouw has already successfully navigated these issues for her family law clients in the court room. Here is what we know.
While many judges are enforcing shared parenting plans already in place, the Court will consider external factors in the event there is a heightened concern. Remember, the Court is concerned about the best interest of your children—that’s it. At the end of the day, keep the communication open with your attorney so you understand all of your options.
If you have concerns about your custody arrangement or are having problems enforcing a current custody order, give our Family Law team a call today at 605-777-1772. We are here for you.
This is not what you do every day. It is what we do. Let us help provide the resources you need to make an informed decision.
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