Q: Mother is failing educational needs and requirements of my two boys. What are my options?
9 weeks passed an the mother of my
Children failed to enroll our kids in school. She then asked if I could just enroll them where I love for homeschool so I did as she asked but she is not doing any school work with the children at all. We have shared orienting plan and are to discuss all important matters together we did that but she is not doing any school work with the boys. We have been out of court over a year because neither of have a lawyer and longer and there is a current shared parenting plan. I’m concerned for my children and their education what are my options. Can I just keep them and enroll them into traditional brick ad mortar? Also truancy Already contacted her about the issue and she could not provide any information as to what school they were in through homeschooling just gave my number and said he knows everything.
A: A: If there is a court-ordered or agreed upon time-sharing schedule, you will need to petition the Court for Modification of said time-sharing schedule. You will not be able to unilaterally decide to keep the minor children in your care. Additionally, in regards to enrolling them in a traditional brick and mortar school, the parenting plan controls who may choose the school, which may also be modified if you wish to take that route.
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