Following the exes’ authorized issues this previous summer season, it seems that Jenelle Evans might need some hassle getting full custody of her and David Eason’s daughter Ensley now that they’re divorcing. Here’s why!
As followers know, the previous Teen Mom star took to social media on Halloween to announce that she’d determined to separate from her husband.
She talked about that she’d already filed the required papers to break up.
However, it could even be that individuals misunderstood as household legal professional Jamie S. Getty tells HollywoodLife that ‘It sounds like Jenelle’s filed a grievance in household court docket for what’s probably youngster custody, however Jenelle can’t file for divorce till she and David have already been separated for one yr.’
Jenelle and David share a daughter collectively – Ensley, 2 – and there have been experiences that she’s planning on requesting full custody of her however the legal professional defined why that might not be as straightforward as she might imagine.
‘There’s a distinction between sole custody and first bodily custody. Sole custody’s solely applicable in conditions through which one guardian is match and the opposite is unfit,’ Getty mentioned, making reference to the entire drama this previous summer season when the dad and mom truly quickly misplaced their youngsters to Protective Child Services.
The purpose was that David admitted to capturing and killing Jenelle’s pet canine all of the whereas the younger ones have been in the home, witnessing the cruelty.
‘Since Jenelle and David went to court this past summer for the juvenile matter and a judge found they were both fit and proper and returned the child in their joint custody, Jenelle is going to have a hard time using the argument that David killed the family dog at this point,’ the lawyer defined.
Getty went on so as to add that if one thing occurred since then that will show David is an unfit guardian, nevertheless, then Jenelle is free to make use of it in curt.