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ARLENE KOCK VISITATION TIPS FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
By Arlene Kock
Introduction
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With more than 30 years of experience in her
field, prominent California attorney Arlene
Kock represents c...
Some Tips …


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Here are a few tips on how to coordinate visitation
between parents over the holidays.
Be respectful - F...
Conclusion


Establish a tradition - In an effort to avoid
conflict, it may be best to establish a tradition
that can be ...
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Arlene Kock - Visitation Tips for the Holidays

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With more than 30 years of experience in her field, prominent California attorney Arlene Kock represents clients in a variety of family law matters, including divorce proceedings, visitation rights, spousal support, and child custody and support. In recognition of her accomplishments as an attorney, Arlene Kock has been listed in Who’s Who of American Law and Who’s Who of American Women and is highly regarded by judges and her peers.

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Arlene Kock - Visitation Tips for the Holidays

  1. 1. ARLENE KOCK VISITATION TIPS FOR THE HOLIDAYS By Arlene Kock
  2. 2. Introduction  With more than 30 years of experience in her field, prominent California attorney Arlene Kock represents clients in a variety of family law matters, including divorce proceedings, visitation rights, spousal support, and child custody and support. In recognition of her accomplishments as an attorney, Arlene Kock has been listed in Who’s Who of American Law and Who’s Who of American Women and is highly regarded by judges and her peers.
  3. 3. Some Tips …   Here are a few tips on how to coordinate visitation between parents over the holidays. Be respectful - For the sake of the children, divorced parents should try to be respectful of one another and try not to argue in front of the children. This will help to create more positive and lasting holiday memories for the kids. Be willing to compromise - With everyone’s busy schedules, plans are bound to change. In order to create pleasant holiday memories and do what is in the best interest of the children, both parents should be flexible and be willing to compromise when it comes to setting a holiday visitation schedule.
  4. 4. Conclusion  Establish a tradition - In an effort to avoid conflict, it may be best to establish a tradition that can be followed regularly. For example, if one year the children spend Thanksgiving with one parent, they should spend Christmas with the other parent, and reverse the pattern the following year.

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