By Robin Roshkind, Esquire, West Palm Beach, Florida
Divorce is complex enough when there are children invloved, but it can get very stressful around holiday time. Chances are this is the first time a divorcing couple truly has to share the kids. There is only one Christmas Eve and one Christmas Day. The obvious dispute is who gets what time sharing.
This becomes especially challenging when parents live far apart from each other or in different states. The logistics get in the way. Also, it may e too early in the divorce proceedings for there to be a court order.
The best way to handle holiday time sharing is by agreement of the parties. If that is not possible even on a temporary basis, then court intervention will be necessary. Remember, if an agreement is possible to somehow split the holidays, put it in writing and have booth you and your spouse sign. For more information a bout this or other divorce topics call one of the divorce lawyers at 561 835 9091 or click on the firm’s web site at http://www.familylaw.com for more information.