Colorado couples facing divorce know that it can be complex and emotionally difficult to end a marriage. Despite the difficulty of this process, it is possible to avoid the stress and cost of litigation. Some couples are able to seek an uncontested divorce, which means that they are able to avoid going to court.
Question: My husband and I separated recently. We haven’t hired attorneys yet and until we do, we are kind of making things up as we go along. The holidays are approaching and I am wondering what the standard is for dividing time with the kids. Should we flip a coin? Have one of us take Thanksgiving and the other take Christmas? Or should we split each holiday in two?