Adrienne Maloof & Paul Nassif Reach Child Custody Agreement!

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star, Adrienne Maloof and her soon to be ex-husband, Dr. Paul Nassif have reached an out of court child custody agreement, according to RadarOnline. “Adrienne and Paul and their respective lawyers met all day on Friday with a mediator, and they were able to come to a custody agreement,” a source reveals. “Paul had been requesting 50/50 custody agreement, and he didn’t get those terms. The boys will be with Adrienne a majority of the time, with Paul being granted visitation, and there are layers of protection in the agreement to ensure the boys are in a safe environment.”

Adrienne was previously granted a temporary restraining order against Paul for allegations of physical and emotional abuse. Child protective services conducted an investigation into the allegations, and determined that Nassif didn’t physically or verbally abuse the children.

A hearing to make the restraining order long-term, “is still on the docket to be heard, and will likely proceed with Adrienne only seeking for it to cover her and won’t include the boys, as it initially had,” the source explains. “Both Adrienne and Paul worked diligently to reach the custody agreement that was fair and was truly in the best interests of the children.”

We are glad to hear they are able to agree for their children. Best of luck to Adrienne, Paul, & the kids, xoxo.

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