Q: How does a court decide where a child will go to school if parents live in close, but different towns?
A: The court does not want to decide which school the child should attend. That decision is up to the parents. The court would only decide if the parents cannot agree. They should agree.
A: If the parents cannot agree and the decision goes to the Judge, the court will decide based on what it believes is in the child's best interest. It would probably be the school in the district of the parent with majority time sharing. I agree with the earlier answer- the parents should work together to reach a decision on the school.
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