It’s been a few weeks since Kourtney Kardashian cut Scott Disick out of her life, and according to a new report, she’s taken that time to cool off a bit. She’s been thinking a lot about her kids and apparently, she’s now ok with Scott having joint custody — find out more!
There is nothing more important to Kourtney Kardashian, 36, than her kids and their well-being, which is why, according to a new report, she wants to create a formal custody agreement where she and Scott Disick, 32, have joint custody of them. She reportedly wants Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 7-months-old, to be able to spend a “substantial amount of time” with their father.
Kourtney really believes her children need to have a meaningful relationship with their dad, an insider told TMZ. Because of this conclusion, she wants to create a formal custody agreement, which not only gives them joint custody but makes sure they each spend a substantial amount of time with the kids and on July 22, Kourt met with Laura Wasser, a divorce lawyer who always pushes for joint custody, according to the insider.
HollywoodLife.com has also learned that Kourtney is doing everything she can for her kids well-being. “Kourtney wants the best for her kids and lately through all this drama, Mason has been asking about Scott non stop,” an insider close to the Kardashian told us EXCLUSIVELY. “That is not only what started her breaking down and letting Scott be with the kids, but it’s also the catalyst making her not pay attention to all the bulls**t Scott does and puts her through.”
Our source went on to say, “She finds that her kids well-being is more important than her own and she is willing to put up with everything Scott does and has done, so she can make her kids happy. She knows that her kids need a father and she wants them to have one by any means necessary. Even if it makes her life that much more difficult and miserable.”
HollywoodLifers, do you think it’s a good idea for Kourtney and Scott to have joint custody? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
— Shira Benozilio