Co-parenting Advice from Celebrities

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Normally we don’t think of celebrities as the best people to take advice from, but when it comes to co-parenting some of Hollywood’s most famous stars have some pretty great advice. The message from all these celebs is quite clear, during your Pittsburgh divorce your children need to be your top priority and you need to work together for the best interest of your children, no matter how much you may despise each other post-divorce.

Peter Facinelli and Jennie Garth: “Co-parenting takes two great parents to put their differences aside and focus on the children.”

Pete Wentz and Ashlee Simpson: “[W]e both realize that we’re parents and in it for our kid. That’s made it really easy.”

Demi Moore and Bruce Willis: “The kids don’t have to choose. They’re getting double the support, double the love, double the encouragement.”

Debra Messing and Daniel Zelman: “Every thought is dictated by what’s best for our son. We are completely on the same page in that regard. We are dear friends.”

Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen: “I think it’s best to stay friendly whether it’s the holidays or not. Keep it about the kids and keep the peace.”

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony: “We need to make sure that we are what they need us to be first. Our feelings and our struggle come second. The love that we share in common for those kids comes first.”

Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes: “We have a child together who we both love – and raising him together, jointly and without any conflict, is absolutely key.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver: “We work together even though we’re going through a divorce…we make sure that the kids grow up to be really good human beings.”

No matter if you’ve been divorced for 10 years, are newly divorced, or have a divorce pending, if you have children being able to successfully co-parent with your ex is necessary. Our Pennsylvania child custody lawyers at Lisa Marie Vari & Associates are here to provide you with any advice and support necessary to make your co-parenting successful. Whether you would like to modify a current Pittsburgh child custody agreement or make some changes to parental responsibility in order to be able to more successfully co-parent, our Pennsylvania family lawyers are here for you.