The holidays are often spent with family. For some people, this is an exciting time of the year. For others, it is a source of stress. For divorced parents who share custody, the holidays can be especially complicated. Read on to learn more about the most common family law issues that arise during the holiday season.
Because parents want to spend the holidays with their children, sharing custody can be difficult this time of year. Luckily, there are plenty of different solutions, you just have to find the one that works best for you and your kids. One of the most popular solutions when it comes to sharing custody over the holidays is to alternate years, but this does not work for everyone. If you are wondering about other options, contact our firm to discuss.
Some parents have a set custody arrangement that no longer works. In this case, they may seek to change the agreement. This might occur around the holidays as both parties struggle to spend time with their kids. Changing your custody agreement can be difficult to do last minute, but we will help you explore your options
Grandparents and other family members often wonder about visitation rights during the holidays. This will depend upon the custody agreement the parents have, and for the most part, is up to the discretion of the parents. If you have any questions, you can reach out to our firm for more information regarding visitation rights during the holidays.
If you are struggling with any of the above issues, do not hesitate to contact us. We understand the difficulty that comes with the holiday season and we are here to help. We will explore all of your possible options and come up with creative solutions for any family law matters you may be facing.
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