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Child Placement in Wisconsin During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic
Lynn Lodahl of Hawks Quindel S.C. notes that many divorced and separated parents in Wisconsin are wondering how this affects their custody and placement orders.
Wisconsin’s emergency “Safer-at-Home” Order to combat the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) prohibits all non-essential travel, with certain exceptions.
In “Child Placement in Wisconsin During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic,” Lynn Lodahl of Hawks Quindel S.C. notes that many divorced and separated parents in Wisconsin are wondering how this affects their custody and placement orders.
“This is an unprecedented time and family lawyers throughout Wisconsin are grappling with difficult questions regarding child placement,” she writes. “This post aims to respond to some of the most common questions we are hearing from parents.”
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