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Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches is back in court with more complaints. This time she’s alleging that she’s not getting enough time with her sons. This stems from a recent incident In a recent court filing in Miami-Dade County, Funches-Wade claims she is not getting the time with their two children that the court designated.
Wade has their 11-year-old son Zaire play basketball on a travel league squad that performs in places like Detroit!
“A parent’s right to see a child takes precedent over basketball,” said Boca Raton lawyer Lisa Macci, Funches-Wade’s attorney. “She traveled to Miami recently to see her children but was told when she got here that her older son was playing basketball in Detroit.
“If the mother had done that, the father would be screaming parental alienation.”
Because of this new case, some of the details about their divorce settlement have been revealed per Gossip Extra, Siohvaughn received a lump sum of $1 million plus receives $25,000 per month in spousal support and another $10,000 in travel costs covered by DWade’s custody agreement.
The divorce is final but there are pending issues related to custody and of course, money.
Funches-Wade claims the reimbursements haven’t been coming regularly.
The child-rearing part of the post-divorce proceedings was transferred to Florida in June after the shooting guard moved to have the Chicago judgment domesticated here.
The case was filed under a variation of Wade’s name to keep reporters at bay,
A trial is scheduled in the Windy City for early July to determine the distribution of marital assets.
The money that Wade already paid, and is still paying, is expected to be chump change compared to what he’ll have to pay.
Funches-Wade, however, has filed several motions since then, including the latest request to enforce the Chicago judgment.
Three years is so long to still be fighting about money. And every spring when the playoffs start, some major issue is raised. Last year it was the incident on father’s day where Siovaughn was accused of attempting to kidnap their two sons after she was later bringing the boys back for a visit.
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