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What happens when divorced parents can’t agree?

By Andrew Feldstein

In this case, the parties involved had a shared parenting arrangement for their four-year-old child. The judge ordered that the mother could make decisions regarding health and the father would have final decision-making authority on matters pertaining to education, but only after properly considering the mother’s input.

The two parties found themselves in court because their child was about to start school but they had yet to reach an agreement about which school the child should attend. The parties also could not agree on which extracurricular activities the child should participate in. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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