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We have a court order in place for access that says the children are to spend every second weekend with their mother. With everything that is going on right now with social distancing and such I don't think that it is a good idea to continue at this point and stick with the self isolation plan. Just looking for advice on this.

Asked 5 months ago in Kamloops, British Columbia
Categories: Family Law

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Vishal K Bajpai

Answer by Vishal K Bajpai

VerifiedBritish Columbia lawyer

There is no right answer to your question. You have to be reasonable. What you decide to do will be based on many factors including, how far away does the other parent live? How much transportation is involved for the children and is this public transportation? Is the other parent also self-isolating?...there are many other factors you will need to explore. Have you spoken to the other parent about your concerns? Ultimately you have to do what is in the children's best interest. See the following    

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