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Lynette Paczkowski Writes “What Happens When Couples Can’t Agree on Vaccinating Their Child?” for Rethinking65

Parents or others who share legal custody of their child/children must agree on all non-emergency medical treatment such as vaccinations.  But what happens if they can’t agree on vaccinating their child/children?  Lynette Paczkowski discusses some possible next steps for parents who are unable to reach an agreement.

If parents cannot agree, the probate and family court can step in to make the decision for them. When asked to make these types of decisions, the court is required to determine what is in the best interests of the child.

Continue reading “What Happens When Couples Can’t Agree on Vaccinating Their Child?” on the Rethinking65 website.

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Lynette Paczkowski is a pragmatic and trusted advisor with extensive experience advocating for her clients at trial and appellate courts across Massachusetts. Clients rely on her to protect their interests during stressful, challenging times. Lynette’s empathy for her clients’ situations allows her to understand their priorities and concerns and develop a strategy around those goals. She routinely guides and helps individuals navigate prenuptial agreements, divorces, child custody issues, and other domestic and familial disputes. She also represents individual and corporate clients from various industries, including construction, utility, professional services, real estate, nonprofit and education, in litigation matters and litigation-avoidance strategies, including in the areas of construction litigation, land use disputes and tort-related claims.

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Lynette Paczkowski is a pragmatic and trusted advisor with extensive experience advocating for her clients at trial and appellate courts across Massachusetts. Clients rely on her to protect their interests during stressful, challenging times. Lynette’s empathy for her clients’ situations allows her to understand their priorities and concerns and develop a strategy around those goals. She routinely guides and helps individuals navigate prenuptial agreements, divorces, child custody issues, and other domestic and familial disputes. She also represents individual and corporate clients from various industries, including construction, utility, professional services, real estate, nonprofit and education, in litigation matters and litigation-avoidance strategies, including in the areas of construction litigation, land use disputes and tort-related claims.

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