Holiday Co Parenting Action Plan Webinar Replay

Ready or not, the holiday season is just around the corner. This time of the year can be especially hard if you or someone you know has recently been separated or divorced. With so many activities, obligations, and expectations this time of year, juggling a co-parenting schedule on top of everything else can be especially tough. But, we're here to help.

The good news is that now is the right time to be planning for the holiday season. In my webinar, I shared tips and strategies you can use to give your kids the happy holidays they deserve – while staying sane in the process. More specifically, I addressed:

  • How to negotiate a joint holiday custody schedule. (And what to do if negotiation doesn't work.)
  • Implementing and coordinating your agreed-upon schedule, and how to shift course when life gets in the way.
  • Executing your co-parenting plan while keeping your kids in the loop and part of the process. And a few tips on how you can cope when the kids are with your ex.
I hope you enjoy this webinar. It's full of actionable advice you can implement right away. And if you know someone going through separation or divorce, I hope you'll share this webinar with them, too.
Founder, CEO & Certified Family Law Specialist
Mediation, Divorce Strategy, Divorce Insights, Legal Insights
After over a decade of experience as a Certified Family Law Specialist, Mediator and law firm owner, Erin was fed up with the inefficient and adversarial “divorce corp” industry and set out to transform how consumers navigate divorce - starting with the legal process. By automating the court bureaucracy and integrating expert support along the way, Hello Divorce levels the playing field between spouses so that they can sort things out fairly and avoid missteps. Her access to justice work has been recognized by the legal industry and beyond, with awards and recognition from the likes of Women Founders Network, TechCrunch, Vice, Forbes, American Bar Association and the Pro Bono Leadership award from Congresswoman Barbara Lee. Erin lives in California with her husband and two children, and is famously terrible at board games.