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Divorce, Child Custody, and the Holidays: South Florida Family Law Attorney Advises Clients to Approach Time Sharing with the Spirit of the Season

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ — Divorce, child custody and time sharing arrangements shouldn’t dampen the holiday spirit. In fact, the holidays should remain festive for families gathering and spending time together – even if the family has been split by divorce. Just plan ahead – and plan to cooperate. “From Christmas to Hanukkah [...]

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Two Homes for the Holidays

Holidays are suppose to be a time of happiness, not divorce. But the reality is that no child can be at two Christmas trees at the same time when their parents have separated or divorced. This article lists common feelings children will have at these times, and offers advice for helping them through the holiday. 

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Divorced & Co-Parenting: Causing Connection or Conflict

There is another way of viewing joint child custody. If emotions get in the way, then for the sake of a child of divorce, both parents view their relationship in terms of a business, i.e. non-personal. The child is the product & both parents are in the business of “co-parenting”. This article discusses “co-parenting”. 

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