Kourtney Kardashian's Latest Move Means There's No Way Scott Disick Will Get Custody of Kids

kourtney kardashianLord Disick is in trouble. According to reports, Kourtney Kardashian met with a top attorney in an effort to get sole custody of her kids, Mason, Penelope, and Reign. Kourt apparently had a meeting with "disso queen" Laura Wasser the weekend of July 4, which, if you remember, happened to be the weekend Disick was caught getting a little too close for comfort with his ex Chloe Bartoli. 

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The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star had another meeting with Wasser -- who also was the attorney representing Kim and Khloe during their divorces -- on Monday, July 20. From the sound of things, Scott doesn't have a prayer.

Despite the fact that Kourtney and Scott have parted ways numerous times in the past, this time seems different. An insider revealed, "Kourtney knows being with [Laura] is what's in the kids' best interest. There's no turning back now and she is going full steam ahead with figuring out an agreement." Also, there's a good chance Scott won't even put up much of a fight during the custody battle. "Scott's friends don't think he'll challenge Kourtney," an insider said. "He doesn't act like a dad at all when he's partying." Lovely. 

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I don't think it takes a brain surgeon to figure out the way this is all going to end. Kourtney is going to get full custody of her children, and Scott will see them when he sees them. It's actually really sad that this is the way things are unfolding for the couple -- they may not have been right for each other, but there are three little kids involved here. 

There's a small part of me who would love to see Kourtney and Scott work things out, as they did seem to genuinely care about each other when things were good. But right now, Kourtney needs to do what's best for her kids -- and if that's keeping them from Scott, so be it. 

 

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