Nail down the details. Jana Kramer and Mike Caussin already ironed out their coparenting plan after the separation in April.
Court documents Us Weekly received Thursday, May 20, describing the custody and maintenance agreement of the estranged couple before the divorce is final. The One Tree Hill alum (37) and Caussin (34) unsubscribed on the terms earlier this month.
According to the records, Kramer was made the “primary living parent” and spent 240 days a year with daughter Jolie (5) and son Jace (2). The former NFL player will have the little ones for the remaining 125 days if the parenting schedule will be set “once the final divorce decree is filed”.
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The duo, who married in 2015, have agreed to be warm in caring for their children. “The mother and father will behave with each other and with each child in order to establish a loving, stable, stable and caring relationship with the child, even if they are divorced,” it says in the documents. “They will not speak ill of each other or of the other parent’s family members. You will encourage each child to continue to love the other parent and to be comfortable in both families. “
Kramer and the retired athlete will also enforce a detailed schedule for the holidays, with each parent being able to spend Mother’s Day and Father’s Day with their children each year. Other holidays – including Easter, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving – have been broken down into odd or even years. The couple agreed to split the time evenly on their children’s birthdays.
“Each parent makes decisions about the day-to-day care of the child while the child lives with that parent, including any emergency decisions that may affect the child’s health or safety,” the agreement continues.
The singer of “I Got the Boy” and Caussin plan to communicate “by email or SMS” in the event of differences of opinion.
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Details of child support were also set out in the documents. Kramer expected to “pay Mike $ 3,200 per month as regular child child support due and payable on the first day of each month beginning the first full month after the final decree was received.”
While the actress makes more than $ 166,000 every month, Caussin makes just over $ 8,300 a month. Earlier this week, the US confirmed that Kramer will pay the former tight end $ 292,400 “immediately” and an additional $ 300,000 in “full and final settlement” of all claims “that Caussin” may have in and to the property. . At that time, we asked each party to comment.
Kramer filed for divorce in April, citing “adultery” as the reason for the separation. She and Caussin briefly parted ways with his cheating scandal in 2016, but renewed their vows a year later. Dancing With the Stars alum recently “exposed” another infidelity before pulling the plug on their relationship, according to a source.
“It was the exact pattern that happened multiple times [before]”Remarked the insider.
The Michigan native elaborated on her breakup during an interview with Extra on Monday, May 17, and revealed how she learned of Caussin’s recent violations. “Let’s just say it was bad enough that I didn’t have a choice,” she said, noting that she believes her estranged husband is “at peace” with their separation.
“He knew if this one happened, I was gone. He made his bed. I wish he had thought of the family and all the work we did, ”she added. “I hope he gets the help he wants and needs.”
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