Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston have committed to one thing: Not talking bad about one another.At the beginning of my divorce case, I decided to unilaterally avoid badmouthing my ex-wife. I do not write about her parenting practices or personal life here. The one exception is when she publicly makes false and unfounded accusations against, as when she accused me of emotional abuse. I defend myself.
That's one of the provisions of a new custody agreement proposed by the off-again, on-again couple. Their son, Tripp, is former Gov. Sarah Palin's first grandchild. He turns 2 in December.
"The parties agree that the child shall receive positive reinforcement about each party and that the child has the right to be free of negative comments by one parent about the other. The parties agree that neither party will speak badly about the other parent in front of the child," the agreement says. "Furthermore, neither parent will, to the best of their abilities, allow anyone else to speak badly about the other parent or members of their family in front of the child."
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Bristol and Levi agreement
The marriage is off, but they made this deal: