Tracy Julian Quoted in New Jersey Law Journal Article on Disagreements of Divorced and Separated Parents over COVID-19 Vaccines for Children
Tracy Julian, Chair of the Family Law practice group at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden, was quoted in the New Jersey Law Journal article, “Vaccine Wars: Family Lawyers Fielding Calls From Parents Over Children’s COVID-19 Immunizations.” The article discusses some of the issues arising when divorced or separated parents disagree over whether their children should get a COVID-19 vaccination.
Tracy Julian, chairwoman of the family law practice group at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden in Hackensack, likewise pointed out that parental disputes over vaccines for their children are not uncommon in family law practice, even before the pandemic. But she anticipates that some parents will go calling their lawyers to deal with disagreements about getting the COVID-19 vaccine for their child.
Julian said the frequency of such COVID-19 vaccine disputes in New Jersey will be tempered by the state’s high adult vaccine rate and the existence of regulations, such as the one requiring Rutgers University students to get the shot.
Julian said, “I think the vast majority of parents will consider getting their child vaccinated.”
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