Custody Planning for the Holidays

When you set your custody schedule, you should always consider how the schedule will change over the holidays. You should also address which parent gets to be with the kids at which times over the holiday season. All of this should be set out in your parenting plan, which you can review to prevent disputes from arising. Splitting Holidays Facing the holiday season after a divorce is never easy. It can become more emotionally difficult if you are not spending every holiday with your children. However, sharing custody requires compromise and making new traditions, and you should consider the best way to divide time over the holiday season. Do you celebrate Christmas and your ex-spouse celebrates Hanukkah? This can make it simpler to divide up custody on these days. However, if you both celebrate the same holiday, you will have to decide how to divide the day or trade off [...]