Jennifer Lopez Seeking Full Custody Of Her Twins With Marc Anthony! Is This The Right Thing To Do?

Wed, August 3, 2011 10:56am EDT by 2 Comments

Reportedly, Marc hasn’t seen 3-year-old Max and Emme since he and J.Lo announced their split on July 15!

It sounds like there might be a bitter custody battle brewing between Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony. According to a new report, J.Lo, 42, is seeking full custody of their 3-year-old twins Max and Emme and is determined to make sure she is their primary caretaker. Wow, too harsh?

Marc hasn’t been seen with the twins since the mid-July split, probably because they’ve been traveling with J.Lo — first in New York, then in Miami and now in Atlanta where she’s filming What To Expect When You’re Expecting.

Max and Emme were seen at a playground with their mom on July 31 and then were spotted multiple times at the pool in their Atlanta hotel.

“They are always with their mom,” a source tells Us Weekly. “Jennifer lights up around her kids. She’s incredible, balancing work and being a good mom.”

But is J.Lo doing the right thing by trying to gain full custody of Max and Emme? Share your thoughts!

UPDATE: J.Lo WILL Get Primary Custody Unless Found Unfit, Says Top Attorney!

–Leigh Blickley

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  3. Bonnie Says: J. Lo — Divorce Was The Right Decision For Your Twins, IF Your Marriage Was Destructive!

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Alvan

Posted at 9:03 AM on January 17, 2012  

Dear Jlo/Mac,

I would like to advice Jlo to consider their tender children and give Mac a second chance. The orientation of training a child in the absence of one of the parents is an ill foundation to the life of the children.

It is taking Jlo almost her whole life to find who she calls LOVE at the end as her fan I was happy to hear that she is now married with a man she can call her husband. Jennifer I am beginning to wonder could it be your fault falling out with men or have you not found the right LOVE yet? I am fully aware that your LOVE DONT CAUSE A THING, so get to tolerate, endure, overlook, and every other indexes to make it work. It is said that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. You are the prettiest among all female singers and does sing romantic songs that have help reconcile most separated couples today in the society and still you can not find love? Does it mean you do not do what you preach?

Jenny your happiness is my concern, I am sure I am in the best position to handle your heart with every love, tolerance and care to the best of my abilities. I am advising you to give me a chance. I am contactable via the above written e-mail address.

All the best of luck Alvan

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Ruthie

Posted at 6:55 PM on August 4, 2011  

No one ever knows what the “right” thing to do in a divorce situation is. There are so many variables. But sole custody or full custody doesn’t necessarily mean that Marc would not see them or have a relationship with them. In only means that Jennifer would either have sole Legal custody where she made the decision about education, medical care, etc., or sole physical custody where the children lived with her and visited their dad according to visitation schedule. To me, this is certainly better than the 50-50 agreements where kids are shipped back and forth between both parents. Joint custody is good when it works, but if parents fight (when Jen and Marc did) joint custody just continues the fighting children are exposed to–which was one reason for the divorce anyway. If I were Jen, I would want sole physical custody because if Marc really is a hot head and had a temper, she would not want Max to have Marc as a role model and thus would be in Max’s best interest to have limited time with dad. As long as there is continued involvement with both parents (even if it is by phone or email) they will be OK with whatever living situation is decided for them.

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