As holidays approach, many parents may be thinking about the time-sharing schedule for their children. If you felt like you didn’t get enough time with your children during the holidays last year, now is the time to take action to try to change that. The best time to think about holiday time sharing is months prior to the holiday you are concerned about. You should start by talking to the other parent about your concerns and trying to come to an agreement about how to divide the holiday time. If the other parent is unwilling to make changes, you may need to consider going to court to seek a modified custody arrangement. However, keep in mind that the longer you wait, the harder it will be to get the courts involved, as the schedule becomes more compressed, and judges and hearing officers may be on vacation. If you need help with custody issues and would like a consultation, don’t hesitate to contact Justice Legal Group at 505-880-8737.