Covid-19 doesn’t change Court ordered residential and custody plans

The verdict is the “Stay at home” Federal Order does not change your court ordered residential or visitation schedules.  The quarantine is secondary to the court order, unless both parents agree to temporarily modify the schedule.  But you must discuss and agree to changes in routines and schedules to keep your children safe while respecting the rights of the other parent. If you need more information about how to balance the safety and exchange of children, join EMA’s lead mediator, Darcia C Tudor, Co-parenting Coaching get answers to your questions about how to positively and safely co-parent during this crisis.  Click to register for  the free “COVID-19 Co-parent Coaching Support Group and click here for quick read on co-parenting in quarantine https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/how-to-handle-child-custody-and-visitation-during-the-covid-19-outbreak.html

Safety and Support during COVID-19

Co-parents may have differing opinions about what is safe during this time. Should we have play dates with very close friends? Should we allow the nanny to continue to come to our home?  Our weekly cleaners want to come, is that safe? Each parent may have different perspectives or opinions, but the safety of your children depends upon your reaching an agreement about the safety protocol to be implemented in both homes.

If you need more information about how to balance the safety and exchange of children, join EMA’s lead mediator, Darcia C Tudor, Co-parenting Coaching get answers to your questions about how to positively and safely co-parent during this crisis.  Click to register for  the free COVID-19 Co-parent Coaching Support Group

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