Divorce and the holidays

The holidays could be stressful and strain your relationship. Oftentimes, couples just want to make it through for the children. Many couples who are already on the rocks, just can’t make it through another holiday together. In fact, January is the biggest month for divorce. Many people want to start the New Year with a clean slate and move forward.

“The month of January has come to be known as “divorce month”. The start of the New Year brings with it a surge of divorce filings due to families opting to stay united over the holidays and then ending marriages that are on life support.”  Says board-certified marital and family law attorney, Charles D. Jamieson.

The decision to end the marriage is never easy especially when it comes after the holidays. It’s important to have an attorney that will stand by your side and protect your rights. Upholding family rights and defending against injustices, the law firm of Charles D. Jamieson, PA can answer any questions you may have about divorce. They understand that it is an extremely sensitive and important issue and they are there to assist you.