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Divorce sagas of the rich and famous Rob Kardashian

| Nov 29, 2018 | Divorce

People often envy rich celebrities and their seemingly wonderful lives, but all may not be what it seems. The old saying “possessions bring problems” may hold more truth than one may think. This can be particularly true in the case of celebrity divorce.

One such an example is the recent news from the Kardashian clan. Texas followers of the famous family will know that Rob Kardashian is not only claiming that he is penniless and unable to pay child support but also that he is considering claiming support from his ex wife. Currently, the arrangement is that Rob should pay Blac Chyna a monthly amount of $20,000. This amount was based on an income of $1 million paid toward his appearance in each season of the family’s well-known TV show.

While it seems that Rob’s earning potential has decreased after a domestic violence restraining order was filed against him, he claims his ex-wife’s career has been growing. As the couple equally shares custody of their son, Rob is claiming a monthly amount for child support of $2,864 from his ex. Unsurprisingly, Blac Chyna is not having any of this and believes it is just a ploy.

One thing many Texas divorcees can learn from this is that one should not just accept terms of a divorcee agreement if circumstances have changed after a divorce. It is possible to modify the terms of the child or spousal support decreed by a court. By consulting an experienced family law attorney, one may gain clarity and guidance, which may lead to a more satisfactory and manageable agreement.

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