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A Guide to Surviving Easter Break from Schulman & Partners LLP Separation Lawyers

A Guide to Surviving Easter Break from Your Separation Lawyer

Holidays and school breaks can be daunting for single or separating parents. There are many new challenges around the management of family dynamics that will confront you around this time. At Schulman and Partners, we are more than just experts in Family Law. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide support and guidance to navigate the complexities of separation and co-parenting. As Easter draws closer, and in my opinion, it’s better to be prepared early, we have compiled this guide, to help you and your family make the most of your Easter break. 

The Importance of Planning Ahead

Sharing custody of your children is always more complicated during the holidays. We find that clear communication and planning can make a big difference in the outcome.

As your separation lawyer, we recommend discussing the arrangements in advance and establishing a clear schedule. This allows you both quality time with your kids while looking after your mental health and prioritising your mental health and your children’s happiness.

Focusing on Spending Quality Time with your Children & Embrace New Traditions

Instead of looking at these Easter holidays with sadness, we encourage you to see this as an opportunity to embrace and create some new family traditions. Here are some of our favourite recommendations for Easter Weekend Activities to do with your children.

Easter Egg Hunts:

Every child loves a good Easter Egg Hunt. Instead of having it in your backyard this year, we recommend joining in the hunts organized by various parks and community centres across Toronto.

Good Friday Easter Egg Hunt at Kew Gardens: free event!

Bull Run Egg Scavenger Hunt!: Enjoy Bull Run Regional Park, Centreville, March 23-31, 8 am – 6pm

Easter Egg Hunt At Amazing Adventures Playland: Sunday, Mar 24, 2024, 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM EDT

Easter Bunny Visits

Easter Bunny in the Village: Bloor West Village, March 30, 2024, from 10 am – 3 pm

Easter Egg Hunt at Friday Harbour: Sunday, March 31, 2024, 10:00 am–3:00 pm

Something a little different

Easter Traditions at Colborne Lodge: March 21, 22, 28, and April 4th and 5th from 12 noon to 4 pm. There is an admission fee.

Toronto Botanical Gardens: Join in the garden’s Easter-themed workshops, plant seeds, and create beautiful crafts to take home

Prioritize Self-Care and Wellbeing: Seek Support and Legal Guidance

While you are busy creating some new family traditions we encourage you not to get too busy to prioritize your self-care. Single parenting and parenting while in separation, can be overwhelming and stressful. Making sure you find the time to nurture your own mental health can be essential to ensure ongoing quality care for your children. Self-care is also knowing when to reach out to seek support from family and friends, as well as legal guidance from your divorce or separation lawyer. 

As your Family Law Lawyer Schulman and Partners, we can answer any questions or concerns you have about your rights and responsibilities during this Easter break. 

Contact Shulman & Partners LLP today to schedule a consultation. Our clients receive personalized legal guidance that we, at  Schulman & Partner LLP, have customized to your family’s circumstances. 

Shulman & Partners LLP

8888 Keele Street, Unit 9
Vaughan, Ontario,
L4K 2N2

(905) 738-3666


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