The breakup of a relationship can create a feeling of uncertainty in Connecticut children and a bitter war between the parents. Some adults can work through the issues and reach a child custody agreement that works well for all parties involved. Some relationships are so weighed down with a history of hurt feelings and resentfulness that the battle between the adults can rage on and cause delays in the finalization of legal issues, like child support and child custody. A very public breakup between Rob Kardashian and his ex-fiancé Blac Chyna has finally reached a settlement with regard to custody and child support of their infant daughter.
The relationship between the two reality stars has been an emotional and very public one. After their split a bitter child custody battle ensued, with each party claiming domestic abuse against the other. After a long and drawn out battle, Kardashian and Chyna have reached an agreement. They will have shared custody of the daughter Dream. Kardashian will pay $20,000 per month in child support.
This is more than the $10,000 monthly he originally agreed to pay, and less than the $50,000 per month Chyna had initially requested. Some speculate that since the domestic abuse allegations made by Chyna have been dropped, the agreement was made to hurry things along. Kardashian has also agreed to pay all his ex's legal fees associated with the split.
Regardless of the social ranking of parents, a breakup of a relationship can bring out the worst in people who once loved each other very much. The process of splitting up can leave many adults emotionally drained and financially spent. When there are kids involved, a child custody battle can stress the already strained relationship between the adults. With the aid of an attorney with experience in family law proceedings, a parent can gain a better understanding of Connecticut law with regard to child support obligations and the best way to work out child custody issues.
Source: elitedaily.com, "Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna's Custody Agreement Is A Pricey Compromise", Collette Reitz, Sept. 16, 2017