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Asked on: 6/05/03, 1:14 am

Changing schools

I share joint custody of my 16 year old daughter with my ex. My daughter wants to transfer to a different school in the same town because of limited opportunities and curriculum at her current school, it's small, my ex doesn't think it's necessary and is against her transfer. Can I go ahead with the transfer since it's my daughters choice? She is driving or can hitch a ride with classmates so he wouldn't be inconvenienced in that way.

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Answered on: 6/05/03, 7:28 pm by Lori Wheat

Re: Changing schools

A review of the Parenting Plan is necessary to ascertain each parent's rights and responsibilities in relation to the child.


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Lori L. Wheat, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 17166 Seattle, WA 98107

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