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Charlie Sheen wants his kids to live real close by?

Charlie Sheen wants two of his ex-wives to move into his gated Los Angeles community, and he is willing to foot the bill for the house and the moving expenses so that he can live closer to his four children, reports AOL Real Estate.

Experts say it is good for the kids if divorce parents live within close proximity of each other, but only if they can all get along. “They must have resolved their anger, internal pain, hurt, and practice forgiveness for and with each other,” says Dr. Joyce Morley.

Just how would one describe Charlie Sheen’s relationship with exes Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller?

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In the old days you might find the father of the bride behind a two-barrel shotgun to make sure the groom walked down the aisle to make an “honest woman” of his daughter. Today your father-in-law might just sue you if you stray from his daughter. At least that’s the case with on Chicago attorney, initials C.S.

C.S., in a lawsuit filed in Cook County, is demanding that his former son-in-law, S.L., reimburse him for the $75,000 dad paid toward S.L.’s wedding to his daughter. In addition, he wants $1 million for the emotional pain he suffered when he learned S.L. allegedly cheated on his daughter and gave her an STD before their December 2009 divorce.  (more…)

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The wife of rapper DMX says she is planning to file for a divorce after 20 years and four kids together, but she hasn’t yet, according to a report at The Boombox. The pre-mature announcement seems to blatantly be a way to help Tashera Simmons get publicity for her upcoming book as the wife of the probation-violating hip-hop artist, who she says she’s known since they were 11-year-old kids. “With all the drama and everything going on now, I think my book explains everything,” she said. (more…)

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A new bill under consideration by the Tennessee State Legislature would evenly split parenting time between divorcing parents with exceptions only being made when one parent can prove the other is completely unfit, or the parents otherwise agree to their own parenting-time schedule.

It must be noted that many other articles on the ‘net refer to “custody” vs “parenting time.”  These phrases are not interchangeable.  The bill before the Tennessee legislature is about equal parenting time, not joint legal custody.  Yes there is a big difference. (more…)

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Sometimes settling a case can actually be unsettling. A Melbourne, Australia man involved in a custody battle faces murder charges for allegedly dropping his 4-year-old daughter off a bridge apparently a day after he and the mother of his three children reached a settlement to share custody. No doubt the mom will be back in Court and will obtain custody of the other two children. Police say the dad is, “psychologically unfit.” Duh.

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