During the holidays, many divorced couples with children struggle with issues of custody. Each parent wants to spend the holidays with their children, and this is not always possible. As a result, a lot of family law issues may come up. Read on to learn more about the most common family law issues that occur during the holidays.
Sharing Custody Over the Holidays
Because the holidays are so family-oriented, custody often becomes an issue. For the most part, divorced couples who share custody will already have an arrangement in place. But, in some cases, a certain holiday may not have been mentioned in the agreement. Other times, couples find that their current custody agreement is not right for their situation. It is important that you find the agreement that works best for your family, especially your children.
Changing Custody Agreements
Some parents have a custody agreement in place but wish to change it in time for the holidays. This can be difficult to do last minute, so reach out to our firm to discuss all of your options.
Questions About Visitation
It is not just parents who want to spend the holidays with the kids. Grandparents and other family members often wonder about custody around the holidays as well. Visitation rights are an issue many people struggle with during the holiday season. Contact our firm if you have questions about your visitation rights.
If you have questions about any of the above, reach out to us today. We understand the holidays can be a difficult time and we are here to help you with all of your family law-related matters.
Contact our Firm
We understand that those getting a divorce most likely have several questions regarding the weeks and months to come. Paris P. Eliades Law Firm, LLC is honored to serve the people of New Jersey, including Sparta, Sussex County, Morris County, Passaic County, and Bergen County with the quality legal services they deserve. If you are getting a divorce or have any other questions regarding divorce-related matters, please do not hesitate to contact our firm for a consultation today.