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Bruce and Kris Jenner divorce, daughter affected

On Behalf of | Oct 3, 2014 | Divorce

When some people divorce, they are able to do so in a way that is amicable. When that happens, it is sometimes possible for the former spouses to keep up a good working relationship and a friendship that can have a positive impact on the children. The amicability of the divorce also has an effect on those most affected by the divorce — their children. In the case of Kris and Bruce Jenner, their divorce is amicable, but it is still affecting their youngest child.

The Jenners have been separated for 11 months. Last April, they celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary. When the couple recently filed for divorce, they cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the divorce. At 17, their youngest child is almost old enough to go out on her own. The divorce, however, seems to be causing some strife in her life when her Instagram posts are taken into account.

Despite the dissolution of their marriage, it seems as though Kris and Bruce Jenner will still maintain a working relationship. The former spouses seem to be on friendly terms. Hopefully, they can work together to make sure that their youngest daughter can thrive despite her parents’ divorce.

For anyone going through a divorce, interacting with the former spouse can be a nerve-wracking experience. Having to deal with property division and other issues can bring out the worst in people. Despite that, the stress level might be reduced if you and your former spouse can work together to come to terms of the divorce that protect your best interests.

Source: Franchise Herald, “Kris And Bruce Jenner Divorce: ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ Matriarch Opens Up About Maintaining A Professional Relationship With Former Husband” Erica Cortez-Araullo, Oct. 02, 2014