'Tis The Season...to Fight Over the Kids?

Family Law Answers for Real Life

Family Law Answers for Real Life

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Unfortunately, the holiday season can cause extra stress for separated parents.  This show addresses the most common and difficult issues that arise for separated or divorced parents and their children.

Who will have the children on the big day?  Whose traditions will be celebrated and with which extended family?  Can one parent take the kids away for a holiday?  How do you introduce a new partner into the mix? What happens if one parent's work schedule changes?

Listen to Canadian family lawyer Lisa Tose give you the "bottom line" on how to best deal with these common family law problems so that you and your family can enjoy a more peaceful holiday season.

Lisa Tose, B.A. (Hon.), J.D., LL.M. is a practising family law attorney focusing on collaborative family law.  She also delivers presentations, workshops and training seminars to groups and corporations on a range of family law topics.  

Ms. Tose’s commitment to access to justice for all has led her to become an author focusing on providing practical information to the public on  critical family law issues. She is currently writing a family law book to be released in 2013. Get more family law information at  Lisa's blog:  http://practicalfamilylaw.blogspot.ca/   E-mail questions for Lisa to answer in future shows, www.lisatose.com.

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family law
holiday parenting issues
Christmas family law problems
co-parenting
access and child custody
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