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Making plans for the holidays after divorce

Dissolving a marriage can be a stressful and daunting process under any circumstance. However, with the holiday season setting in, those who are facing divorce may encounter unique challenges, especially if children are involved. While this can be a stressful time, parents in California may be able to protect the needs of their kids by gaining awareness of how to handle the holidays after divorce.

Following a divorce, making holiday plans that accommodate two separate households may seem a daunting process. However, parents may be able to reduce the stress involved by focusing on the best interests of their kids. Kids may benefit the most if they are allowed to spend ample time with both parents during the holidays and if they are able to stay in contact with each parent while they are away.

Parents may also find it helpful to speak with their kids about the upcoming season and help them gain a better understanding of what to expect. Parents may also find it advisable to use caution with how they speak about the other party in front of the kids, as any negativity can be harmful to them, especially during the holidays. When it comes to planning for the holidays, discussing schedules in advance could help limit conflict and reduce the stress of the situation.

While developing a plan for how to handle the holidays during child custody negotiations can be beneficial, it can also be an intimidating experience. Fortunately, there are attorneys that can help a person in California better understand what to expect and how to prepare for life after divorce. An attorney can address all a client's concerns and wishes and assist in pursuing the most favorable outcome possible during legal proceedings.

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