There are countless issues that come up when a couple with children separates. From finding new living arrangements, switching schools for the children, maybe even arranging for a new carpool for the children, divorce can mean an upheaval of every routine that the children are used to. Keep in mind that this change takes place in their primary residence, possibly with their mother and in their part-time residence with their father, as well. One Florida family recently experienced an even bigger adjustment than expected.
A judge decreed that several homeschooled children, who had been living with their mother due to the child custody ruling in their divorce, would be forced to attend public school. Up until that time, the children had been homeschooled by their mother. It appeared that a court appointee raised the issue.