As the government looks to expand availability of COVID-19 vaccines for children, some family law practitioners are anticipating a rise in disputes between parents about whether to vaccinate minors.
Since views on vaccines tend to be firmly held, finding middle ground among divorced and separated parents who are on opposite sides of the issue could be difficult.
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