Divorce During the Holidays

For most, the holidays are filled with celebration, time spent with family, and gift-giving. However, for individuals going through a divorce or family law issue, the holidays can be a difficult time. If you are newly divorced or you and your spouse have recently decided to get a divorce, this holiday season might be a struggle for you. Maybe this is your first holiday season as a single parent, or maybe you don’t get to see your kids at all. Whatever you’re facing, we hope that these videos will help you learn a little more about how to deal with certain issues, and will allow you to walk into situations feeling a little more knowledgeable and prepared.

The attorneys at Brown & Dutton understand that your first holiday season as a newly divorced parent will be hard. We want to provide you with some tips and advice on how to come out on the other side without feeling like you’ve lost something, but also with the ability to acknowledge your feelings and face them head-on.

In this video, Jenni and Tracy discuss some advice for your first holiday season as a divorced mom or dad, and how to create a healthy, manageable co-parenting relationship with your ex-spouse this year and for years to come.

If you have questions about divorce or another family law matter, contact the attorneys at Brown & Dutton. Call (770) 422-4241, or email info@gafamilylawyers.com.

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