As Easter weekend approaches, it is important for parents to understand that unlike some other holidays, Easter weekend is not explicitly addressed in the Texas Family Code. This means that parents must work together to make arrangements that are in the best interest of their children.
Here are some tips to help parents navigate Easter weekend:
Communicate with the other parent: Communication is key when it comes to making arrangements for Easter weekend. Parents should talk to each other about their plans and work together to come up with a schedule that works for everyone.
Be flexible: Easter weekend can be a busy time for families, with church services, family gatherings, and other events to attend. Parents should be willing to be flexible with their schedules to ensure that their children can participate in these activities.
Consider the children's wishes: It is important to take into account the children's wishes when making arrangements for Easter weekend. If the children have a particular event or activity that they want to participate in, parents should do their best to accommodate these wishes.
Plan ahead: With Easter weekend approaching, it is important to plan ahead to avoid any lastminute conflicts. Parents should discuss their plans well in advance and make sure that everyone is on the same page.
Seek legal advice if needed: If parents are having difficulty coming to an agreement about Easter weekend arrangements, it may be necessary to seek legal advice. An experienced family law attorney can help parents understand their rights and obligations under Texas law and work to find a solution that is in the best interest of the children.
At the Torres Law Firm, we understand that holidays can be a challenging time for families. Our experienced family law attorneys are here to help parents navigate these difficult situations and find solutions that work for everyone involved. Contact us today to schedule a consultation