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PROMOTION Expert and compassionate legal advice for your family this Christmas hristmas is a time for families to be together. However, for separated parents it is not always that simple, this year more than ever. It can be difficult enough to make suitable arrangements for children to spend time with both parents over the festive period, and with ever-changing guidance on households getting together due to the coronavirus crisis it is especially challenging. Most years, children will either spend Christmas Day with one parent and Boxing Day with the other, or alternatively they might spend the morning of Christmas Day with one parent and the afternoon with the other. If your child doesn't have the chance to see both parents on Christmas Day, you could arrange a phone or video call with their other parent. However, there are additional factors to consider this year which may have an impact on your family's arrangements. At Ellis-Fermor & Negus, we understand that each family is different and it isn't a case of 'one size fits all' when making arrangements. For tailored advice contact experienced family solicitor Samantha Sanders. 01773 821 665 | samantha.sanders@ellis-fermor.co.uk The Old Registry, 6 Derby Road, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 1UU Ellis-Fermor efn & Negus www.ellis-fermor.co.uk SOLICITORS PROMOTION Expert and compassionate legal advice for your family this Christmas hristmas is a time for families to be together. However, for separated parents it is not always that simple, this year more than ever. It can be difficult enough to make suitable arrangements for children to spend time with both parents over the festive period, and with ever-changing guidance on households getting together due to the coronavirus crisis it is especially challenging. Most years, children will either spend Christmas Day with one parent and Boxing Day with the other, or alternatively they might spend the morning of Christmas Day with one parent and the afternoon with the other. If your child doesn't have the chance to see both parents on Christmas Day, you could arrange a phone or video call with their other parent. However, there are additional factors to consider this year which may have an impact on your family's arrangements. At Ellis-Fermor & Negus, we understand that each family is different and it isn't a case of 'one size fits all' when making arrangements. For tailored advice contact experienced family solicitor Samantha Sanders. 01773 821 665 | samantha.sanders@ellis-fermor.co.uk The Old Registry, 6 Derby Road, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 1UU Ellis-Fermor efn & Negus www.ellis-fermor.co.uk SOLICITORS

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