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About AthenaRose

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  1. Thank you! I hope you have an amazing time! There’s lots to do and see around here. ?
  2. Wait, what?! She’s speaking in SLO?! Do you have a link?
  3. I'm mostly a lurker but I just wanted to chime in. I have 4 little kids (my youngest is 6, my oldest is 11) and I've been able to continue homeschooling post-divorce. My attorney had it included in our settlement agreement that the children would continued to be homeschooled and that I am the primary decision maker in regards to all educational decisions (my ex and I have joint custody). Between my spousal and child support, I am able to continue to being a stay at home mom and not work at all for at least the next 7 years. My ex isn't thrilled about it, but having a lifestyle where I was always a stay at home mom and homeschooled worked in my favor. At least in my area, judges like to maintain the "normal" for kids whenever possible, so if it's financially possible to continue homeschooling post-divorce, that's the way they lean. Having a great attorney also helps. Good luck with everything!
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