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The "Not So Jolly" Holidays

The upcoming holiday season may be a dreaded one of you are newly separated, divorced or in some other way no longer with the other parent of your child or children. But it doesn’t have to be! If you need advice about how to navigate the holiday season with your ex or just need to clearly understand the holiday portion of your court order, please call our firm and schedule an appointment to meet with an experienced family law attorney. Gaining information from a knowledgeable attorney can help you understand your holiday rights and duties as written in your court order AND help you avoid possible legal issues in the future.

Still in a relationship and dreading this holiday season? Many couples wait until after the holidays to file for divorce or splitting up during this season, which is why some attorneys call January “divorce month”. To schedule a consultation, please complete the Contact Us section on this page and someone from our office will contact you.

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