Although she is the mother of Michael Jackson’s children, Prince and Paris, Debbie Rowe sees them only once a year according to the September 12, 2012 issue of People magazine. She approved of a court’s order in August of this year granting their custody to T.J. Jackson but “doesn’t have much to do with … her biological children.” According to People’s source, the children do not think she wants to be their mother. Failing to visit your children or make attempts to do so after your separation can jeopardize your prospects for custody. Talk to your lawyer if your spouse is making it hard for you to see them.
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