Tristan Thompson may have to fight for custody of his newborn daughter after his fraud scandal with Khloe Kardashian. We have EXCLUSIVE details about why Khloe now has sole custody!
Khloe Kardashian s Dreams have officially come true! The KUWTK star gave birth to her first child in Cleveland on April 12, and we could not be more excited! And while this is usually a solemn time for new parents, Khloe's joy has been overshadowed by the infidelity of her baby papa Tristan Thompson 27. Unfortunately, Tristan was caught cheating with several women dating all the way back to October. Since their relationship is not the best, many fans are curious about Khloe and Tristan's custody. It turns out that Khloe currently has sole custody as she and Tristan are not married. "If a child is born by unmarried parents, then the mother is the sole custody of the law of Ohio, and it is up to the father to register with the court to establish paternity, custody / parental and / or visiting rights . " Katie Arthur Principal Attorney at McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman recounts Hollywood Life EXCLUSIVE.
This is particularly interesting as several outlets have reported that Khloe has already made preparations to return home to Los Angeles. For those of you who do not know, Khloe moved to Cleveland to relieve Tristan, who plays basketball there. But Khloe's decision to rush home could make her and Tristan's potential custody battle a little difficult. "The jurisdiction of a court depends on which state is the native state of the child." If a child is born in Ohio and continues to live in Ohio, the father can apply for protection and visitation rights in Ohio. However, if the child moves to another state and stays in that state for at least six months, then that other state may decide on custody, "Katie continued.
However, considering that Khloe allowed Tristan in the birthing room, if she gives birth, she can be merciful when it comes to her order, but if she plays hard she may be entitled to child benefits. "In determining a fair amount of child benefit, if the parties collect more than $ 1