Written by Jonathan Breeden
It’s fairly common for a child visitation agreement to divide up holidays and vacations between each parent. For example, during summer, the child may spend half their summer break with one parent and half with the other. Parents likely rotate holidays as well, so they can both get the chance to have their children in their home for Christmas and Thanksgiving. This visitation schedule allows parents to spend as much time as possible with their kids, and gives kids a quality relationship with each parent.
But there are times when even the most ironclad of custody agreements leaves parents with questions. These issues often crop up around the holidays, which can throw a wrench in the normal schedule. Below is a list of problems related to custody and the holidays that parents often raise, as well as advice that could help you avoid these common holiday child visitation issues.
If you have questions about your child visitation or custody agreement, consult an experienced child custody and visitation attorney at Breeden Law Office. Call us today at (919) 661-4970.
While these are some common problems parents have during the holidays, each case is different and comes with its own set of issues. If you need help with your visitation agreement, talk to an experienced child custody attorney. For over 17 years, attorney Jonathan Breeden has helped parents straighten out the complexities that come with visitation schedule changes during the holidays. If you’d like a consultation of your case, call Breeden Law Office at (919) 661-4970 to schedule an appointment.