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Kardashian, Chyna reach agreement regarding child support

Texas reality television fans and those who like to keep up with the Kardashians might be interested in the details of an agreement between Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna. The two settled their child support dispute centering on their daughter, Dream Kardashian, and will share custody of the child going forward. Rob Kardashian will make child support payments in the amount of $20,000 per month to Chyna.

Chyna had previously alleged that Rob Kardashian had committed domestic violence against her, but those allegations were withdrawn after the child support agreement was reached. Their relationship began in a happier way, and much of it was televised from the beginning. Indeed, the couple had a show of their own, a spinoff of the popular series "Keeping Up with the Kardashians", but Rob announced in November 2016 that Chyna had left him and taken Dream with her.

The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services is reportedly monitoring the situation and has provided evidence to the presiding court regarding the safety of Dream Kardashian. Chyna's attorney said her client is pleased that Rob Kardashian has agreed to a co-parenting arrangement, and that her client took the domestic abuse hearing off the calendar because Kardashian agreed not to contact Chyna. She will have the right to revisit the issue if further incidents occur, the attorney added.

Dream Kardashian has a half-brother, four-year-old King Stevenson, who is the child of Blac Chyna and rapper Tyga. Child support and custody issues are often more complex for celebrities or in high-asset divorces. In a case where a couple is unlikely to amicably separate, an attorney with experience in family law may be able to help by negotiating on behalf of the client or by arguing for joint or full custody during family court proceedings.

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