The Christmas season and holiday season generally brings familys together. There are times where things become difficult and questions are raised as to the future. If you have questions about your future and want answers regarding family law matters such as divorce, call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick divorce or Fort Lee divorce offices and speak with our NJ divorce lawyer about your case. We have twenty years of litigation experience and many hundreds of divorces cases behind us in all areas, including postjudgment divorce motions about alimony, child support, college tuition and expenses. Call us today! And, don't forget to ask us about flat fees for your uncontested divorce case.
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Divorce and the Holidays, including Christmas and Hanukkah and New Years. Frequently around this time of the year, parties either decide they have had enough or they will wait it out, the divorce that is. January is usually a brisk time for divorce applications, it is generally assumed because after the holiday season, parties think long and hard about their relationships and family and decide the New Year will bring them a new perspective on their life. Regardless of how you feel about your marital relationship, we wish that you have the best of holidays that you can during this Holiday Season.
It is often around the holiday season that tensions among families can be exacerbated or revealed. Divorced clients generally go one of two ways as regards what to do during the holiday season, they either choose to shield children or spouses of what their intentions are regarding the future of the marriage, or they choose to reveal how they have been feeling, often for a very long time. I have often recommended that clients see a therapist to determine what is best in their situation and what is in the best interest of their children. If you are considering a divorce and just don't know what to do as regards telling your family, you may wish to obtain support from others that can help you through this difficult decision.
Social scientists tell us that the Christmas and holiday season is a time when many people reflect on their family lives and the coming New Year. Very often, people decide to make a concerted effort in the coming year to do better for their family and children. Sometimes that means changing and making decisions that they have put off for a very long time. Unfortunately, in certain instances, that may mean that they have finally come to the conclusion that a divorce is something that is required for them to move on from personal issues, such as depression or loneliness in their marriage. Dysfunctional families often during the Christmas season may show their issues in a more pronounced way than before when many members of the family are together.
At Green & Associates, we wish you a happy family life during this holiday and Christmas season and a Happy New Year!