Stick to Court-Ordered Custody Agreements During Covid 19

These 7 excellent tips came to me from those in the know and they were so helpful that I’d like to share them with you one at a time!

Guidelines for Parents Who Are Divorced/Separated and Sharing Custody of Children During the COVID 19 Pandemic

From the leaders of groups that deal with families in crisis:

Susan Myres, President of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML)
Dr. Matt Sullivan, President of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC)
Annette Burns, AAML and Former President of AFCC
Yasmine Mehmet, AAML
Kim Bonuomo, AAML
Nancy Kellman, AAML
Dr. Leslie Drozd, AFCC
Dr. Robin Deutsch, AFCC
Jill Pena, Executive Director of AAML
Peter Salem, Executive Director of AFCC

3 of 7. Be Compliant With Court Orders and Custody Agreements

“As much as possible, try to avoid reinventing the wheel despite the unusual circumstances. The custody agreement or court order exists to prevent endless haggling over the details of timesharing. In some jurisdictions there are even standing orders mandating that, if schools are closed, custody agreements should remain in force as though school were still in session.”

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