30 Nov A Holiday Child Custody Survival Guide | TKG
How do divorcing parents handle the issue of Christmas and other holiday child custody disputes?
In a perfect world, every child would have the benefit of waking up to two loving parents every Christmas morning. Unfortunately, the reality is that many parents do not remain together and in those cases it is crucial to establish holiday custody schedules that allow the children to experience the joy of the holidays with each parent. As a family attorney, Tammy Karas-Griggs has worked with divorced parents and different holiday custody schedules. While you are working on yours, you should keep many things in mind.
Things to Consider in Holiday Child Custody Schedules
- Family traditions.
- Travel plans
- Cost of travel.
- The individual needs of your children.
Seek Legal Advice from Tammy Karas-Griggs
Whatever method you choose to handle holiday custodial time, it is imperative that you seek and obtain the advice of an experienced Family Law Attorney. Cases concerning child custody are complicated and any agreements should be done in a legal manner. To ensure you and your children will have the custodial schedule that everyone deserves, Tammy Karas-Griggs will help you.
Don’t Let Divorce Ruin Your Christmas
Please remember that you are not alone. Divorce might make everything harder this year, but remember that you have the power to make it better. Consider putting all of your energy into making this Christmas the best it in can be for your children. Do not isolate yourself this Holiday season! From Tammy Karas-Griggs to you, Merry Christmas!