Developing a Holiday Child Custody Schedule Everyone Can Feel Good About

The holidays are often a stressful time for any family, but for a newly divorced family, the holidays can be disastrous. Can I take the kids to my parents for Thanksgiving? Why should he get to spend Christmas morning with the children? How about spring break and Easter? 

For those of you entering the first holiday season of your separation or divorce, your host, Attorney Leigh Sellers, is here to guide you through the process and provide tips for successfully developing a holiday schedule your entire family can feel good about.

If you found this episode valuable check out more successful parenting strategies for separated and divorced parents in this episode on Co-Parenting.


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