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With continued COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings and travel, divorced and blended families have to face even more challenges this holiday season. Divorced couples have to come to agreements about everything from travel, gifts and time with children.
Sheltering in place during the pandemic is difficult when you’re living, working and schooling in the same location with your family. Add in the complexities of divorce, blended families and economic uncertainty, and the pressure goes up further. Some experts predict there will be a rise in divorce when the pandemic ends.
We’ve thought about the most commonly asked questions we’re hearing about co-parenting during the COVID-19 crisis and wanted to share some advice.
The holidays are a wonderful time of year to share with your family and friends. Yet, with travel, shopping and many preparations, this is a stressful time. For divorced families, that stress is even greater because there are more arrangements that have to be made regarding children, when and where children will be, whose house, when, for how long. There may also be sadness about a time when the family was whole and celebrations were happier.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Lynette Kleiza has written a blog outlining some frequently asked questions regarding Virginia Protective Orders.