KidSide Newsletter August 2022
Back to School – A Family Court Perspective
Written by Judge Spencer Multack email@example.com
By the time you are reading this, school has just started and your kiddos are enduring the transition from summer vacation to homework and projects. However, my colleagues and I on the family court bench have been fielding “back to school” issues for a few months now. This article will address some of the issues we are addressing in family court and challenges some families face when the school year resumes.
Other parents wish to relocate to another city or state, which in turn affects the children’s education. Schooling is just one factor a court considers when determining whether or not to permit relocation. Guided by Florida Statute 61.13001, the Court is required to weigh specific factors to determine whether the child’s best interest would be served by a move more than 50 miles away.
Pointers For Starting the School Year
Dr. Ronda Fuchs, Psy.D, Accredited Collaborative Family Law Facilitator firstname.lastname@example.org
With summer coming to a close, it’s time to start thinking about the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year. For many families, back to school season is a stressful time of year, and it can be especially challenging for children of divorced or separated parents. For those who are recently separated, this is the time to set up a precedent for harmonious co-parenting when it comes to your child’s education and overall school experience. For those who have been divorced for some time, it is an opportunity to make changes and let “bygones be bygones” for the sake of your child, and to help facilitate a smooth transition to the next school year and years to come.
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