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This webpage is provided for informational purposes only. It is not legal advice. If you are considering or involved in a divorce, please consult a licensed attorney who can best answer your questions and represent your interests.
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try to reach a compromise, divorcing parents can't agree on certain fundamental issues. Not being able to agree to continue to homeschool - or wanting to start to homeschool after a divorce has been finalized - can land a couple in front of a judge.
No matter how good a parent you are, suddenly you'll find your right to make a decision on behalf of your child taken away from you. Instead, a total stranger will make the decision for you and your ex-spouse. While a certain amount of personal opinion is thrown into making judgments, really, a family court is supposed to be guided by a best interest principle.
No hard and fast rules apply to determining homeschool-educational best interest. Generally a judge expects to hear facts that address a number of concerns, including, but not limited to:
Before an attorney can successfully argue an educational placement hearing for a parent, the attorney must first understand homeschool legalities and how they play out practically speaking. Maryland Hand In Hand Homeschool works with attorneys to develop a better appreciation of the nature of homeschooling and why it is in the best of interest of the children to continue along this educational journey. Contact Maryland Hand In Hand Homeschool to discuss how we can be of assistance to you.
May 23, 2017
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