Learn How to Handle Parenting Disputes with Online Learning in Champaign

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made co-parenting harder than ever. What happens when divorced co-parents have different views of online learning? For instance, it is not unusual for one household to be far more structured than another household. This means that the kids might be accustomed to having breakfast at a certain time so that they are ready to be on …

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Additional Considerations with Child Custody and Visitation Agreements – Think About Communication

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Information Sharing Most parenting plans include a provision requiring the parents to share information about the child(ren) with such information as: medical records psychological records law enforcement records school report cards school progress reports school event calendar (e.g., school play, parent-teacher conferences) extra-curricular activities calendar (e.g., baseball game schedule or dance recitals). Some parents decide to keep a shared calendar …

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