The holidays should be a magical time for children and their parents. For divorced parents and children, holiday parenting time plans can be a great source of tension. Unfortunately, these adult issues can take the joy out of the holiday for your child – and you.
In the third installment of this three-part video series, we want to extend our help to you should you need before or after the holidays.
Need Help with a Holiday Parenting Time Issue?
We understand conflict can occur despite the best efforts. If this happens during your child’s holidays, we are here to help you explore your legal options.
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Video Three: If You Have Problems with Your Child’s Other Parent this Holiday Season
Family law attorney Mike Smith offers more details in this video about how we can help you fix holiday co-parenting issues.
If you’ve run into problems, if you’ve experienced difficulties, or you contemplate that you’re going to experience those kinds of difficulties, we would certainly love the opportunity to see what we could do to assist you with that.
If you feel like you could use the assistance of our firm, please call us at 303-688-0944 or click here to set up your free initial consultation.
We would love for the opportunity to do a case analysis for you, to determine what can be done about your case and how we can assist you.
Common Holiday Issues Divorced Parents Experience
One of the most common ways an ex-spouse can hurt your holidays is to flout the parenting plan. They may drop off the children late or arrive entirely too early to pick them up, thereby cutting short the children’s time with you.
Another scenario: one parent may refuse to let the other parent see the child altogether, or they may cause a scene in front of the child.
These actions likely contradict the court-ordered parenting plan. There are specific state laws to help divorced parents remedy these kinds of problems.