Kordell Stewart Awarded Primary Physical Custody Of Son In Child Custody Battle
Apparently Kordell Stewart has been duking it out in court with his son’s mother, Lae Tania Richardson for quite a few years now—since 2011 to be exact. But according to Radar Online Stewart and Richardson were finally able to come to an agreement when it comes to the custodial rights of their 9-year-old son, Syre.
Court documents reveal that Stewart initially requested full custody of the child in 2011 after learning that Richardson was looking to relocate to Los Angeles with the boy for a new job opportunity. However, Richardson objected, arguing that Stewart barely ever spent time with his son. She also told the court that “after filing the lawsuit, Plaintiff/Father went almost nine days without calling his son or seeking to text his son,” adding that Stewart “has not spent a consecutive five-day period with his son ever except during this litigation” and “has never taken his son on any vacation.”
Stewart’s ex-wife, Porsha Williams, was also mentioned in the legal dispute when the defense pointed out that the retired NFLer “has flown with his new wife/former fiancée to California, Las Vegas, Miami, Oregon, New York multiple times during just 2010 and 2011,” but had failed to take his son anywhere.
According to their new custody agreement, no child support will be paid by either party and they will share joint custody with Kordell getting primary physical custody. The new agreement also states that “Mother and the Child will have to right to communicate with each other over the telephone at Father’s residence at any reasonable time” and that “The Father shall be the final decision maker should the parties disagree” on issues pertaining to Syre’s welfare.
This dude must have an amazing legal team.