Another “Victory” For Deion Sanders: Court Grants Him Exclusive Rights Over Children

January 20, 2013  |  

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If things continue to go down this road, Pilar Sanders is in trouble.

Last Wednesday, A Dallas court ruled that while Deion Sanders and soon to be ex-wife Pilar will share custody of their three children in a week on/week off schedule, Deion is the only parent that will hold exclusive rights over the children. Well, at least until the final divorce trial, according to The Dallas Morning News.

What does this mean? Judge Ray Wheless decided that Deion will solely be allowed to make decisions about the kids’ primary residence, school(s) they attend and choose their athletic activities. Athletic activities? That sounds weird that they would eve be involved in the ruling. They’ll share all other decisions.

In December, a court granted Deion custody of their two sons, Shilo and Shedeur, while Pilar was granted custody of their daughter, Shelomi.  She also had her child support reduced from $10,000 to $5,000.

Pilar has also maintained that she is a victim of Deion’s celebrity status and that his finances are doing all of the talking.

Their divorce trial should begin somewhere around March 4th.

In the meantime, Deion will have to pay legal for the amicus attorney who represents the interests of their children.  Both he and Pilar will share the medical bills.

Wow, this is going to get a lot worse before it gets better. Based on reports, it seems like the adults may have forgotten about the most important thing: the kids (which explains why they had to bring in another attorney).

Do you think Pilar has a point in saying that Deion’s money is actually doing all the talking or has she presented herself in such a way that isn’t pleasing to the courts?

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