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In-Person Versus Remote Education: What Co-Parents Need to Know

Katie Flowers Samler, Aimee Pingenot Key | July 29, 2020

Goranson Bain Ausley Dallas partners Aimee Pingenot Key and Katie Samler sit down for a four-part series to discuss all of your burning questions relating to family law and divorce during the Covid-19 pandemic. Aimee and Katie are family law attorneys seeking to guide clients through family law matters, but now also helping to navigate that process with the effects of Coronavirus.

In this segment of Family Law Advisor Video Podcast, the conversation dives into co-parenting when making decisions on school choice for the fall and putting the child’s needs first despite any issues that may arise in the process. Specifically, topics of discussion include parent’s individual rights to making education decisions, citing your latest decree when problem solving, and advice on how to manage an impasse in the decision-making process. Tune back in for more episodes with Katie and Aimee as they make sense of the family law practice as it exists in this pandemic.

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