Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Britney Spears Is ‘Angry’ At Child Support Battle with Kevin FederlineCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Britney Spears Is ‘Angry’ At Child Support Battle with Kevin Federline

By Carly Horowitz

In latest celebrity news, Britney Spears isn’t happy with celebrity ex, Kevin Federline, who is requesting more child support money from her. According to, Spears believes that she pays for everything already and she has an inkling that Federline may be requesting this additional money to support his other four children. Spears makes it clear that she does certainly care for her celebrity kids as well, as the ex-couple split time with their kids 50/50. A source reveals, “Those boys are her world. She is an amazing mother.” She simply just does not believe that this additional money is needed to help her children live a good life.

In celebrity news, Britney Spears is angry at her ex for asking for additional child support. What are some ways to keep legal battles from affecting your kids?

Cupid’s Advice:

After a split, some issues may arise regarding legal matters. You and your ex may disagree on some aspects. Although, it is important to be mature and handle these disputes privately so that it doesn’t affect your children. We all know that guaranteeing your children’s happiness is the biggest priority. Here are some tips on how to keep these legal battles from negatively affecting your kids:

1. Talk to them: If your kids are older, they most certainly will not be blind to the situation at hand. They may overhear phone call conversations and such. Even though you are trying to keep them out of it, older kids should still be informed so they feel involved and loved. Be honest and explain to them what is going on but assure them that everything is going to be okay.

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2. Don’t badmouth your ex partner: The last thing you want to do is talk negatively about your kid’s other parent in front of them. You never want to make it seem like there is a good guy and a bad guy because that will just create an abundance of stress on your children. Even if you feel as if your ex is a horrible person, keep it to yourself and allow your children to form their own opinions by the way that they treat them.

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3. Stay collected: One of the worst things you can do is set a bad example of freaking out in front of your children. Even though the legal situation you are going through may be frustrating, try your best to still be the amazing parent that you are to your children.

What are some other ways to keep legal battles from affecting your children? Comment below!