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Ciara’s demand of full custody for son Future turned down

A court recently decided to turn down singer and model Ciara’s request for full child custody of her son, Future.

The 30-year-old music artist claimed that the father of her child, Nayvadius Wilburn, who goes by the stage name “Future,” is a bad parent and is oftentimes away from their son for long periods of time. A court ruling decided that Ciara and Future will share joint custody of their 2-year-old son. The custody battle comes after Ciara filed a $15 million libel and slander lawsuit against Future. She accused the rapper of verbally attacking her and calling her a bad mother.

The lawyers at the Arenson Law Group, PC in Cedar Rapids represent individuals who are going through a divorce or fighting for custody of their children. If you believe that your children’s welfare is compromised by a former partner’s actions, we may be able to help you gain sole custody. Call our office at (319) 363-8199 to explore your legal options.


Chris Rock’s ex-wife seeks large amount of $70M assets

Chris Rock’s wife, Malaak Compton-Rock, is seeking a larger portion of her ex’s eight-figure assets to allow her to maintain the lifestyle she had as Rock’s wife, The Daily Mail reported on June 15.

As the ex-couple’s prenup expired, the two are reportedly in a financial battle over how much Compton-Rock should receive.

After getting married in 1996, Compton-Rock gave up her career and became a full-time mom for their two children, Lola Simone, 13, and Zahra, 11. The former couple has already agreed to share custody of the two kids.

Those who have relied on their partner’s income during marriage as they cared for the children are often the hardest hit in a divorce. The Cedar Rapids attorneys at Arenson Law Group, PC, understand how important it is to secure a positive financial situation as you leave your marriage and look towards the future. Call us at (319) 363-8199 today to learn more about how we may help.


Chris Brown’s ex wants more in child support

In March, Chris Brown has reportedly stopped supplying monthly child support for his daughter after his ex demanded higher payments, The Daily Mail reported on May 25.

Chris refused to pay child support after the mother of his child, Texas-based former model Nia Guzman, requested the payment be increased from $2,500 to $15,000. Nia and Chris have an 11-month-old daughter together named Royalty. The report also stated that lawyers have been preparing legal documents to petition for a new child support agreement and demand the lost payments.

In May 17, Chris Brown walked his daughter down the red carpet of the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.

Child support issues like this ultimately affect the children involved. To seek help in securing your child’s right to financial assistance, speak with our team of family law attorneys at Arenson Law Group, PC. You may reach our Cedar Rapids office by dialing (319) 363-8199 today.


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