Christmas is a busy time for children and parents, and as schools wrap up for their end-of-year break, thoughts turn to Santa, presents, decorating the tree and spending time with loved ones.
For separated and separating parents, however, Christmas can be a difficult time. But careful planning can help make things run smoothly and ensure the children spend quality time with their immediate and extended families.
Writing for Bath and Wiltshire Parent magazine, family law specialist Megan Prideaux explains the importance of making arrangements regarding the children that work for everyone involved.
Click here to read Megan’s article.