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Getting Through the Holidays After Divorce

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers offer help for getting through the holidays after divorce.Entering the holiday season after a divorce can be tough. It is best to surround yourself with family and friends during this time to keep you occupied and surrounded by those who support you. There are numerous ways for people who are newly divorced to enjoy the holidays.

Holidays with Children

After divorce, getting through the holidays with your children can be tricky. Aside from your own feelings and schedule, the children are also experiencing change. One of the best ways to settle into a new routine is to help the children settle into new routines with you. Find a way to work with your ex-spouse to cooperate and agree on a set schedule for their sake. Get together in advance to determine the times around which celebrations and gatherings will include your children. Changing things at the last minute will be stressful on them and you. It is also helpful to involve the children in starting new traditions. These activities will break old patterns that bring up memories of the past, and make room for new ones.

Divorced Persons Without Children

Whereas children can help recently divorced persons through the holidays by keeping them busy, those without children are not without options. Going away for the holidays can be the remedy needed if your home is a constant reminder of your divorce. Anything can trigger an unwanted memory in a location that both you and your ex-spouse once shared. Attending local holiday parties are a good way to occupy your time and mingle with family and friends. If you are unable to find a party, throw one yourself by planning a gathering of close friends.

People often overlook the time it takes to slow down during the holidays. After a divorce, it is vital to schedule time for yourself to rest and relax. Use this time to create a list of resolutions that you want to accomplish next year, whether it be taking up a new hobby or accomplishing something you had planned for some time. A new year means new possibilities, and while this holiday may be difficult, it is best to remember that it will get better as the years progress.

Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers at the Hartman Group Help Those Seeking Divorce

For those needing to start divorce proceedings during the holidays, the Cherry Hill divorce lawyers at the Hartman Group are here to help. Contact us online for a confidential consultation, or call us today at 856-235-4511. Our office is in Moorestown, and we proudly serve clients throughout southern New Jersey.

Frances A. Hartman


With offices conveniently located in Moorestown, New Jersey, Attorney Hartman serves clients throughout New Jersey including those in Cherry Hill, Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, Cumberland County, Cape May County, Salem County and Atlantic County.

To discuss your New Jersey family law or divorce matter, call New Jersey family law attorney Frances A. Hartman today at 856-235-4511 or contact her online for your confidential consultation.

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