The holidays were a disaster this year. My ex-wife and I couldn’t agree on anything, and our divorce agreement just isn’t specific. How do I avoid this next year?
If you do not have a divorce agreement that specifically lays out a holiday plan, it may be worth filing a motion to modify. You can file a post-judgment Motion to Open and Modify and explain what should be changed, why, and what circumstances have substantially changed since your divorce agreement was entered to warrant this change. If you are not sure if there have been any substantial changes, or if you are unclear as to how to proceed, you should consult with an attorney.
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