Channing Tatum reportedly filed legal documents to a judge in Los Angeles after TMZ to find a new agreement concerning custody of their daughter during the holidays (Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Easter, Spring Break and even birthdays). Jenna Dewan would be “shocked and upset” because she “had already signed” a schedule of shared custody and would not agree with all of the dates of the new agenda.
Disputes have already erupted between the former husband and wife : “there are times where Jenna was working and asked to change the schedule, but Channing refused”. Other problem ? Alimony. “Our sources close to Jenna said Channing would not contribute financially to raising her daughter, but our sources close to Channing indicated that there was a bank account common especially created with the expenditure of Everly” has explained to the tabloid.
Channing Tatum would like to have a counselor of shared parenthood
The actor and dancer that you have seen in Magic Mike and 21 Jump Street would have been written in the legal document that has provided E! News : “During the last six months, it became obvious to me that a clear timetable and specific for the vacations is both necessary and important”.
“Because of our work schedules constantly changing, we need to be sure to be able to both work and spend all the two as much time with our daughter Everly” he added, “We had difficulties to carry out these arrangements without assistance, and this has led to confusion and conflict”. Pou avoid all these tensions, he would like to make a call to a consultant of shared parenthood.
Channing Tatum would also like to see a calendar FaceTime to Everly so she can still join and see her father when she is with her mother and vice versa. From her side, Jenna Dewan, who is currently pregnant with her new boyfriend, is focused on Everly : “The number 1 priority of Jenna is his daughter, and his well-being. She wants Everly to live in stability and happiness”.
Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Bobr Times, Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7116