The KOGO AM 600 Morning News with anchors Ted Garcia and LaDona Harvey featured a live interview with family law attorney Shawn Weber of Weber Dispute Resolution on Wednesday, August 16.

Weber discussed tips from his latest blog post, “Back to School Doesn’t Have to Mean Back to Court,” which offers advice for divorced parents on solving disagreements over their children and their return to school. Conflicts regarding spending over clothing and supplies, communication from school officials, and participation in various extracurricular school activities are common sources of friction between divorced parents. The failure to solve these problems can send parents back to their attorneys, and even back to court.

If you missed the interview, you can listen to it here.

Avoid an expensive trip back to court – contact Weber Dispute Resolution

Back to school sometimes sends divorced parents back to court. Are you fighting over:
  • Responsibility for buying school supplies?
  • Who’s driving the kids to school?
  • After-school activities?
  • Who talks to your kids’ teachers?
  • Emergency contact?
  • Who gets to sit where at the school play?
Call on Weber Dispute Resolution to help you and your clients get an A-plus on school plans that work for the entire family. Weber Dispute Resolution can help you avoid an expensive, lengthy, and emotionally damaging court fight. Call 858-410-0144 to set up a private settlement conference.

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