Will the mohel be sensitive to special family circumstances or requests?
Mohalim will do their best to be sensitive to your wishes and make the ceremony meaningful to you and your family and guests. They will explain the ceremony and can help you work out ways to honor grandparents or other relatives and friends with a role in the brit. Intermarried and interfaith couples should not see their not-Jewish partner as an obstacle to having a milah provided both parents want the procedure done. These cases should be discussed with the mohel in advance.
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