5th June 2019
Father’s Day is celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of June each year in the UK and in America, this year falling on Sunday 16th June. It is an opportunity to celebrate dads and all that they do for their families, usually with some novelty socks and chocolate thrown in for good measure.
However, each year thousands of dads miss out on spending time with their children on Father’s Day due to ongoing conflicts with the mother of their child.
For those going through a divorce or separation, special occasions such as Father’s Day can be tricky to navigate. When parents are conflicted or the communication has broken down events can cause further arguments which can have a negative impact on the children involved.
Tips For Separated Parents
Whether your break up is recent or not, special occasions such as birthdays, Christmas, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day can spring up issues if both parents do not agree on plans.
Our top tips to help you and your children make the most of special days:
Having Trouble Seeing Your Children?
If you are in doubt that you will be allowed time with your son or daughter to celebrate Father’s Day it may be a good idea to seek legal advice so that you can start to re-build some regular contact.
If you need further support in seeing your children or have decided that this Father’s Day is a good opportunity to iron out your differences and firm up a contact plan with your ex-partner then please get in touch with our understanding Family Law Team today.
Call us on 01256 844888 for a confidential chat and to start the ball rolling. Alternatively you can email us on email@example.com or interact with our online Live Chat service.
Our specialist Family Lawyers are here to support you and act in the best interests of you and your family. There are numerous different methods to resolve disputes and we are happy to explore the best options for you.
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