Co-Parenting During the Holidays

Co-Parenting During the Holidays

When you and your spouse are no longer together, the holidays, which used to be a time of happiness, love, and excitement, can become quite sad. Whether you are going through a divorce or have broken up in another way, it can be a very hard time emotionally. This is why, at the Law Offices of Paducah Family Law, we try to give our clients advice, support, and care during what can be a hard process.


No matter what time of year it is, it can be hard to be a co-parent, but the holidays are especially hard. If you don’t spend Christmas with your kids, ring in the New Year alone, or stop doing things you used to do together, it can be very hard on your emotions. This is why it is important to have a plan for the holidays so that the whole thing goes more smoothly.


Consider the following tips if you want to get through the holidays as a co-parent:


  • Be clear about your co-parenting plan, especially when it comes to pick-up and drop-off times.
  • Sit down with your kids and talk to them about what’s coming.
  • Plan out new customs for the future
  • Count on family and friends for help.


The lawyers at the Law Offices of Paducah Family Law are skilled and dedicated, and they are willing to go the extra mile for you. We have the tools and resources to help you find solutions to even the most difficult and painful problems, no matter how complicated your situation is. Our legal team won’t stop fighting for what’s best for you, so don’t make the mistake of going through a divorce without us by your side.

Set up your first appointment today. Contact us as soon as you can at (270) 558-4790 to get in touch.