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During the mandated shelter in place, many are asking whether the court orders regarding visitation and parenting time are still in effect. At this point, these orders appear to still be in effect, and unless there is a safety risk, they should be complied with.
It is also important to note that during this time of turmoil and uncertainly, maintaining normalcy and some sense of routine is important for children. If neither home is self quarantined or has been exposed to the virus, children, the court orders should be followed, unless agreed on by both parents.
This is an opinion and not legal advise, and I would encourage you to speak with your attorney or seek legal counsel.
Many are asking whether visitation, custody and parenting time is suspended during the pandemic crisis. There has been no indication or recommendation that this orders are not currently in effect or that they can be violated. It is encouraged that unless both parents are in agreements, that the parents continue to honor the agreement. This will also help children feel safe and give them a sense of normally during this time of crisis.
This is not meant to be legal advise or a contract for representation. Please seek legal representation.