Does Illinois’ Shelter In Place Order Affect Child Custody Agreements?
Schools in Illinois and Iowa began closing last week in response to the growing danger and uncertainty over the novel coronavirus, leaving the childcare fate of millions of children in limbo. But what about the children of parents going through a divorce or those who already have a child custody order in place? To start, most #childcustody orders contain provisions that account for school closures. Since just about every school takes some time off over certain holidays and the summer most parents have probably already worked this out and just need to refer to their custody order for clarification.
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