The holidays are hectic, co-parenting is often stressful, and the pandemic has left us in a heightened state of anxiety. It’s a lot, and it means that this pandemic holiday season is likely to be one for the ages when it comes to co-parenting concerns. If you’re facing a difficult co-parenting issue, a practiced Joliet family law attorney can help.
When you divorced, your decree included a parenting time schedule that also addresses the holidays. Although the pandemic has changed the way we do almost everything, it has not changed your parenting time schedule. In other words, you should plan your holidays with your children accordingly. Another thing the pandemic has done, however, is forced new challenges upon us that may affect you and/or your ex’s ability to stick to your schedule, and making flexibility your goal is likely to serve everyone’s best interests, including for you and your children.
2020 has been nothing if not tradition busting. It’s likely that you won’t be gathering with the large, bustling group you’re used to seeing for the holidays this year, but this doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate new traditions that help make you and your kids feel closer to your extended family and loved ones (whom social distancing leaves out of reach this year). Consider the following:
The holidays and co-parenting concerns seem to go hand in hand, but the dedicated Joliet family law attorneys at Sabuco Beck, P.C. are committed to employing their considerable experience and skill to help you hammer out a legal resolution that works for you and your children. Make your holidays brighter by contacting us for more information today.
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