Determining the best options for your children during the divorce process is one of the biggest challenges that parents face. If you have a child with special needs, it can make those decisions even more challenging and require that you include additional considerations within your divorce decree.
When you are creating your divorce agreement, you need to plan for their medical, childcare and long-term care needs. Download our webinar, Special Needs Children & Divorce, to learn more about planning for your child’s care post-divorce.
Carolyn Hand, an attorney and a parent of a child with autism, discusses the importance of considering all of the needs of the child when making your decision including child support, custody, parenting time and long-term care.