Join us as we discuss the rights and obligations of separated parents as it relates to the effect of COVID 19 on their children’s school attendance; how they should be learning; whether they should be attending school or extracurricular events as well as the issues of parental disagreement on inoculating children with the vaccine.
It will also explore what to expect from the Court system if parents cannot agree as well as the rights of a child who elects not to take the vaccine.
To participate, please register using the form on this page. Upon registering, you will receive a link and instructions on how to access the presentation.
If you have any questions about the webinar or our services, please do not hesitate to reach out to Pat Doogan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-218-7100.
Registration for this webinar is now closed, please visit our Events page to view our other upcoming webinars.
Please Note: The topic of this webinar will focus on custody matters in New York State. You are welcome to attend if you are located elsewhere, but please know that the information provided may not be applicable depending on your location.
Our team of Family & Matrimonial attorneys’ area of practice is limited to matters in New York.
For well over two decades, Barbara has been representing parents, spouses and other parties from Long Island to the Capital Region, as well as clients nationally and internationally, in a wide range of family and matrimonial matters. She is a partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC and heads one of the firm’s largest legal departments in Albany.
For years, Michael has been relentlessly fighting for the rights of Capital Region spouses, parents and grandparents in virtually every aspect of family and matrimonial law. As a Partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC, Michael provides representation in matters relating to divorce, parental alienation, separation agreements, annulments, child custody, child support, modifications to child support and child custody, enforcement of divorce decrees, spousal maintenance, pre- and post-nuptial agreements, orders of protection and family offenses.