Rosen Law Firm Says Summer Custody Conflicts Hurt Kids the Most

Raleigh, NC (PressExposure) July 17, 2008 -- Rosen Law Firm, the leading divorce firm in North Carolina, says during the summer months, recently separated or divorced couples may struggle with agreements over who gets to take the kids on vacation and when.

“Conflicts over summer vacation especially occur where one parent remarries and the other parent has a problem with the kids vacationing with the new companion,” says Lee Rosen, founder and president of Rosen Law Firm, who has been practicing divorce law in North Carolina for more than twenty years. “In the end it’s the kids that miss out on a fun experience because they feel guilty going on vacation and letting down the upset parent.”

Attorneys at Rosen say even when there’s disagreement over the scheduling of visitation, both parents have good intentions trying to plan a summer vacation that’s fun and interesting for the kids. In fact, attorneys say most parents are planning the summer months with their children in mind.

“A lot of parents chose to make summer vacation a problem when it doesn’t have to be,” says Rosen. “Many times they’re using the scheduling of the vacation to create a situation so there’s engagement with the other parent because of unresolved issues in their relationship, but in the end it’s the children who suffer.”

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NC Divorce Talk Radio was launched by Rosen Law Firm in 2008 and consists of three online programs: Carolina Round table, Rosen Live, and NC One-on-One. Updated regularly, each show provides listeners with in-depth advice and analysis on divorce-related matters and features some of the hottest debates concerning family law in the U.S.

About Rosen Law Firm

Rosen Law Firm is one of the largest divorce firms on the East Coast with offices in Raleigh, Charlotte, and Chapel Hill. Founded in 1990, the firm is dedicated to providing individual growth and support to couples seeking divorce by helping them move forward with their lives. Our staffs of attorneys and other legal professionals expertly address the complex issues of ending a marriage. Our innovative approach acknowledges that divorce is so much more than just a legal matter. Practice areas include child custody, alimony, property distribution, separation agreements, and domestic violence relief.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 16, 2008 at 9:58 am
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