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Dear Attorneys,

I really thought the COVID-19 restrictions would be over by now. The holidays are quickly approaching and I’m starting to worry. What if I have holiday travel plans out of state, and that state happens to be on a travel advisory for Connecticut? I don’t want to sacrifice time with my kids!


COVID-19 Traveler


Dear Traveler,

You are not alone! This is a major concern for so many parents, especially those who co-parent and need to exercise parenting time. The holidays may not look the same this year, but if you do in fact need to travel, you should probably try to create a plan now. The sooner the better!

If the state you will be visiting is on the travel advisory list, you need to take all proper precautions, which generally means complying with local and CDC guidelines.

If you do need to quarantine for any amount of time, try to think outside the box! Instead of an in-person visit, you could try a Skype or Zoom visit. It may not be ideal, but if that is your only option, it may be better than not being able to see your child(ren) at all.

That said, our firm knows that not all co-parenting relationships can easily facilitate this. Wolf & Shore Law Group is here to help! You may want to file a post-judgment motion if you already have an agreement, or even use a mediator to reach an agreement with your co-parent. Updating your parenting plan to reflect following the CDC guidelines, and to facilitate parenting time outside of your typical in-person visitation, is your best option in times like these.

With 20 years of combined experience, Attorneys Kristen Wolf & Shari-Lynn Cuomo Shore will work efficiently and diligently to get you the outcome you are seeking. Call us today, and let us make your modification easier, not harder.

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Very Truly Yours,

Wolf & Shore Law Group

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