How Do We Manage Summer Vacation with Our Kids

How do we manage summer vacation with our kids - Collaborative Practice San Diego - Summer Vacation, Children of Divorce, Divorce, Collaborative Divorce

When you have shared custody of your children with your co-parent, things can get overwhelming trying to make sure both of you get to enjoy summertime activities with your kids.

Here are some tips that can help you keep the line of communication open with your ex-partner:

  • Get everyone on the same page early on by getting everyone’s input and expectations – especially your children
  • Realize that transition times often cause anxiety for kids no matter how old or young they are
  • Remember to have patience and pick your battles
  • Avoid last minute changes if at all possible
  • Follow the plans that you, your co-parent and your children have put together
  • Schedule some “me time” activities for yourself while your kids are with your co-parent

One of the most important points to keep in mind when trying to juggle a summer custody plan is to be as transparent and open-minded as possible.

Our team of experts can help you and your co-parent work together to determine the best summer custody arrangements that would work best for your situation.

The Collaborative Divorce process is an alternative dispute resolution method that can assist you and help maintain your family unit while staying away from court litigation.

The Collaborative Practice San Diego is a nonprofit, multi-disciplinary referral network of independent professionals of attorneys, mental health professionals and financial advisors working together to learn, practice, and promote Collaborative processes for problem solving and the peaceful resolution of family law issues, with an eye toward preserving the emotional, as well as the financial assets of the family, including custody concerns.

Contact us today to see how we can help both you and your spouse enjoy visitations with your children this summer!

Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal/financial/tax/or medical advice. You should work with your attorney, financial, medical or tax professional to determine what will work best for your situation.

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