Interesting child custody agreement for Jennifer Lopez’s twins
The divorce between Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez has been finalized. Virginia residents who have been following the former couple since their split in July of 2011 might be interested to learn about how the divorce arrangement has provided some interesting provisions for the 6-year-old twins.
The settlement has been a long time coming. Anthony filed for divorce from Lopez in April of 2012. The children can now enjoy both of their parents knowing what to expect. The twins will spend most of their time with their mother. Their father will keep them seven days per month.
While Anthony was paying $18,000 per month in child support for the twins, that will stop now. Both Anthony and Lopez agreed that there isn't any need for child support or custody support, and the judge agreed.
One of the most interesting provisions for the children in the child custody agreement is that the nannies will go with the children when they are with their father. The agreement also states that the children will kept out of the public's eye as much as possible.
This divorce settlement ensures that the children are properly cared for. Now that neither party has to worry about who will get what and who will get the children, they can both focus on being parents to these young children.
Anyone who is going through a child custody battle or divorce should understand the specific laws that pertain to their case so that they can ensure that the child's best interests are kept at the front of the child custody agreement terms.
Source: SFGate, "Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony's divorce finalized" No author given, Jun. 18, 2014
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