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Monica McGrath and Kent Kirkland are divorced parents of two young children. They live in one house with their children, call themselves friends and borrow sugar from one another. The Edmonton family gained Canada-wide recognition this month after media attention turned to their family set-up and living arrangements.
McGrath of her ex-husband.
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This home allows us to do that. Some see this as a model that helps minimize disruption for children. Although this model is still rare, experts say it has become increasingly common over the last 10 years.
Not everyone is convinced it is a viable arrangement in the long-term, but a growing number of separated couples are testing out this version of shared custody. In the Edmonton case, which caught the attention of family lawyers nationwide, the family moved into their new shared-yet-separate home last fall and plan to keep the arrangement until the kids, now 11 and eight, finish high school.
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The adults live on separate sides of the house with a wall between them. The parents alternate childcare week by week. Kirkland says of their children. Kirkland says. They separated in and have already crossed the hurdle of dating other people, though both are currently single. McGrath and Mr.
Kirkland say that their family arrangement takes priority and that a new partner would need to respect this. Some experts are skeptical of the likelihood this arrangement can last. As the editor-in-chief of the Reports in Family Law, Mr. But this number is likely higher. If parents go to mediators or make arrangements on their own, Mr. Greenough case, heard in St.
The parents had split up in when the children were just two-and-a-half and four-months-old. In court, both parents were seeking custody, according to court documents.
The trial began in October but there was a delay and the earliest return date was March The judge was concerned about the number of transitions the children would need to make in the interim.
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In one case Mr. MacLean was involved with, a parent actually installed cameras in the residence to check up on the other parent, he says. When a trial is over, sometimes eight to 10 months later, the arrangement usually ends, he says. But these days, there is no one family model, and parents can come up with some very creative ways of rebuilding their families after separation, says Cate Cochran, a Toronto-based radio producer and writer.
One of the first families profiled in her book is that of now-Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. After Ms.
Wynne and her ex-husband split up, they decided to still live together, along with their children and Ms. She and her ex were committed to seeing the kids on a regular basis and her husband lived in the basement. Eventually a second home was purchased but it was still connected to the other home through a yard. Cochran says. Cochran herself had a version of a nesting arrangement after she and her ex-husband split up in The separated couple bought a house where Ms.
Cochran lived downstairs, her former husband lived upstairs and the kids and dog had their run of the two spaces. This arrangement lasted about eight years.
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Her ex-husband has now remarried and moved out but she still lives in the home with her two children, now 20 and Victoria Smith, a Toronto-based collaborative lawyer and mediator, says the majority of her cases involve short-term nesting arrangements during the separation negotiations.
Smith says. It can also be expensive to maintain three separate residences. The family who made it work for two years was a high-income family, she says.
For others, while it might make financial sense to rent two apartments in the short-term while financial details are being sorted, it may no longer be desired or viable post-divorce. The proof is in the kids. Cochran recalled the story of her daughter telling her she wanted to get a tattoo when she turned Postmedia is committed to maintaining a lively but civil forum for discussion and encourage all readers to share their views on our articles.
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Walter Tychnowicz for National Post. Katrina Clarke. Filed under News Canada. Split but together: Divorced couples finding novel ways to live under the same roof for their children's sake. Walter Tychnowicz for National Post Not everyone is convinced it is a viable arrangement in the long-term, but a growing number of separated couples are testing out this version of shared custody.
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