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WBTV News speaks with a Statesville divorce attorney about the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccinations and the easing of restrictions has impacted families dealing with custody arrangements.
The trouble between the 82-year-old husband and his 78-year-old wife had been brewing for a long time, but it finally hit its boiling point over a cup of coffee. It’s one of a number of “silver splitters” occurring during the pandemic.
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Earlier this month, the director of the White House Coronavirus Task Force said that vaccinating everyone in America against COVID-19 is one of the greatest operational challenges the country has ever faced and “we will not stop working until the mission is complete.”
If you are a divorced person who has children with an ex, whether to vaccinate your children is going to be a topic the two of you need to discuss ASAP.
While it’s true that vaccines for kids under the age of 16 haven’t been approved yet, they will (hopefully) be available over the next year or so, and many of us are already talking about whether or not to vaccinate our kids.