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Reality star wants child custody reassessed

Two stars continue to battle over parenting issues after their separation. Rob Kardashian, former reality star, and his ex, Black Chyna, separated after the birth of their baby, Dream. The couple originally reached a child custody and support settlement, but recent events have led Rob to go to a judge to request changes. While the news is making headlines, even here in Florida, the situation is a common one for individuals attempting to co-parent with an ex. 

It has been reported that there were issues brewing between the two based on the acts of Chyna, but the final straw came recently. Apparently, Chyna was recorded attacking a person with a stroller in a Six Flags theme park. Reports indicate that Kardashian is concerned for the safety of his child. 

He and his legal team have drafted documents with guidelines on how each is to behave around their child, including a provision stating that neither he nor Chyna may bring the child around a significant other before six months of dating. Child support has also come into question since Kardashian believes he has been paying too much support since they both share parenting time with their daughter. He has also seen a significant reduction in his income since the support arrangement was made. 

The child custody and child support issue will likely go back to court to be reviewed by a judge. The star couple will hopefully reach an agreement that is in the best interests of their child. In Florida, a person who may find him or herself in a similar situation has help available. Many people choose to hire a family law attorney for more guidance on the issue. 

Source:, "Rob Kardashian wants child custody reassessed because of this", Terry Shropshire, April 4, 2018

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