Michigan court supports vaccines – finds in favor of child’s health

Michigan court

On 17 December 2018, a Michigan family law court hearing a case in which divorced parents disagreed on vaccines, decided that the child should be vaccinated. In that decision, the Michigan court followed in the footsteps of most courts deciding such issues and upheld both the previous agreements between the parents and the child’s best interest.  Continue reading “Michigan court supports vaccines – finds in favor of child’s health”

Child custody and vaccines – reviewing two disputes in Michigan

There have been two cases involving child custody and vaccines, where the vaccination status was being addressed in custody agreements, in Michigan. I am going to update one case, and discuss a new one.

On October 5, 2017 I addressed the case of Rebecca Bredow, a Michigan mother who signed a consent agreement to vaccinate her child, refused to follow through, and after apparently trying the judge’s patience one too many times – she apparently repeatedly violated orders relating to custody, and in this case, the judge ordered her jailed for seven days for contempt of court.

Another case was heard in the same Michigan court by the same judge on Monday, October 9. This post addresses both cases and provides an update. Continue reading “Child custody and vaccines – reviewing two disputes in Michigan”