Handling School Meetings after Divorce

Watch the following educational legal video explaining how handle school meetings after a divorce in New York by experienced New York Divorce & Family Law Attorney Jennifer Arditi.

The best way to handle school meetings – or to conduct any activity in which your child is involved – is for the two parents to cooperate with each other toward serving the best interest of the child, setting aside their differences long enough to attend these meetings together. Sadly, too many relationships simply do not permit that. Even so, absent an order to the contrary, both parents should have access to their child’s educational records. Each parent may need to establish a separate line of communication with the school’s teachers and administrators so that they can keep abreast of whatever may be going on with their child.

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