DIVORCE FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IS DIFFERENT
We have experience in educating the courts about issues that should be criteria for determining a parenting plan that supports the special needs child such as
- EXPENSES OF THERAPIES AND EDUCATION
- ABILITY TO CARE for the specific needs of the children.
A Cookie Cutter approach does not work – Children with autism and special needs are some of the most vulnerable members of our society. What works for children with more resilience may have dire consequences for these children. We have a duty to ensure they are protected and treated in a way that is fair to them.