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Christmas is known as a time when families come together

Christmas is known as a time when families come together, but for parents who are separated it’s not always that easy.

Many divorced parents struggle to devise effective arrangements that please everyone, especially those in the 42% of newly-separated parents who cannot remain on speaking terms to make arrangements for Christmas, according to a small-scale study by family law firm Simpson Millar.

Issues facing separated parents can range from worry about being let down by your former partner when it comes to agreed arrangements, to the feeling that your child won’t enjoy their day as much as if you were both present.

With this in mind, HuffPost UK spoke to lawyers, parenting gurus, divorced parents and support organisations to find advice on the best ways to cope.


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