How can separated parents decide where their children spend Christmas?

Posted on December 8, 2017

For many of us, Christmas is a time of year we very much look forward to because we get to spend time with our families. For separated parents however, deciding where and with whom children spend Christmas day with can be fraught and potentially ruin Christmas for each parent and their children.

If you are struggling to make these arrangements, the videos below will help. Sabrina Powell and Sohinni Sanghvi, both of whom specialise in family and children law discuss how separated parents can finalise arrangements in an amicable way which avoid costly and stressful Court proceedings. They also provide some top tips on how each parent can work together to make sure Christmas remains an enjoyable and fun time of year for their children.

To speak with a family lawyer on this or any other family issue you need help with you can call us on 0207 485 8811 or fill in our online enquiry form.


Family lawyer, Sohinni Sanghvi, provides separated parents with four practical tips to follow in deciding where your children should spend Christmas
Family lawyer, Sabrina Powell, discusses how separated parents can arrange where their children spend Christmas. Sabrina also takes us through what a Child Arrangements Order is.


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