Celeste Robertson Law

Co-Parenting During the Holidays

mom and daughter opening gifts on christmas morning

While the holidays are a time for family love & excitement– these times of year can take a dramatic dip when you and your spouse are no longer together. Whether you have already broken up or are in the midst of a divorce, it can be an emotional time for many families. This is why our team at The Law Offices of Celeste Robertson, LLC strive to assist our clients with advocacy and guidance during this challenging endeavor.

Whether it is the holiday season or not, co-parenting takes a lot of effort — though it seems to be a lot more stressful when it comes to the holidays. No parent wants to be without their children on Thanksgiving, Christmas, or for New Year celebrations. Many parents have yearly traditions with family and friends and the chance of having to continue these traditions without their children can take an emotional toll. This is why it is vastly important to have a game plan ahead of time to make the entire process much easier overall.


Consider these tips to survive co-parenting during the holidays :

  • Prioritize the Kids
  • Split Time Equally
  • Discuss Gifts and Activities
  • Consider Celebrating Together
  • Anticipate Issues & Be Flexible


Contact our attorneys TODAY!

At The Law Offices of Celeste Robertson, LLC– We’re ready to go the distance on your behalf. Regardless of any present complexities in your situation, we have the resources needed to offer you viable solutions for even the most demanding legal situations. Our legal team will not give up on your best interests, so do not make the mistake of taking on this battle without your trusted allies. 

Schedule a consultation today, Contact us by calling our office at (361) 765 – 0600 at your earliest convenience.

 

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