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You might have to treat the situation like one should for new parents - while they often get offered babysitting, it can go against their instincts of not letting the baby go. So offering relief from everything else is the better way to go. There is one quote in your post that seems to indicate exactly that: Later he said he thinks that it would take his ...


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The most important thing for you to do is to remember your role is to support your brother, not to fix him. The absolute most frustrating thing as a parent (or, as a person!) is to have people trying to fix you by second guessing your choices. If your conversations are primarily "You should do X," or "Why aren't you doing X," then your ...


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First: we are not able to answer legal questions, so don't take this as really addressing the legal side of things. Look up those details in your area specifically or ask a lawyer for that. In general, visitation is likely still possible currently. See this advice from Nolo: How do Social Distancing Rules Affect Custody Arrangements? The ...


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You should probably discuss it with the other parent, but the main mitigation recommended by the CDC applicable inside the home is frequent hand washing. Aside from that, if you are practicing social distancing or mask wearing inside your own home, you may be able to negotiate the same from the other parent. You should probably not expect the other parent ...


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