"As a child of divorced parents, I remember my mom and dad arguing every holiday season over how they will make their work schedules fit in with who gets us kids on which holidays," a Miami Herald columnist wrote recently.
Her comments introduced those of guest blogger, Barry Finkel, who shared his wisdom on how to keep family peace during the holiday season. As the founding partner of The Law Firm of Barry I. Finkel P.A., a divorce and family law practice in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Finkel focuses on serving the needs of the entire family.
"By now, you should know which vacation days you will be able to use or which days your workplace will be closed. If you or your former spouse need to switch or negotiate remember civility: The key question is 'Do I love my child more than I hate my ex?'"