2020 has come and gone like a whirlwind, and the pandemic along with other global events have left many with troubled finances. Despite this, divorce rates have not decreased significantly, which means that plenty of soon-to-be-separated partners have an additional financial burden to worry about: asset division.
The end of a very unorthodox year is coming to an end, which brings unique holiday stress and challenges. In general, specifics about holiday schedules can shift and are often determined on a year-by-year basis. This year, COVID restrictions are further complicating things.
Due to this and general holiday stress, you, the ex, and the children may not see eye-to-eye on how to proceed. For today’s post, we’re discussing things to keep in mind when figuring out how to assign custody during the holiday season in a way that accounts for everyone’s needs.