Trevor Ariza Is Close To Being Single
The professional basketball player’s wife decided to call it quits on their marriage earlier this year after tying the knot in 2018. In documents originally obtained by The Blast, Anderson cited irreconcilable differences and insisted she wants full legal and physical custody of their children.
Ariza has now responded to his ex-wife, Bree Anderson’s petition for divorce and she may not be too happy. In the response, obtained by The Blast, Trevor shoots down Anderson’s request for full custody and made it clear he is interested in “joint legal and physical custody of his kids.” He also dropped the bombshell that he “wants to terminate spousal support for his ex.”
Ariza also cites “irreconcilable differences led to their breakup, and he says their date of separation is November 1, 2019.”
Trevor Ariza Wants A Clean Split
The free agent is hoping for an amicable and messy-free split from Anderson, this goes “for separate property, assets, and debts.” Trevor claims he also made it clear via his lawyer that “all property acquired prior to marriage, all property acquired during marriage by gift or inheritance, and all post-separation income and accumulations. Further particulars will be disclosed in Respondent’s Preliminary and Final Declarations of Disclosure, and if necessary,
The respondent will seek leave to amend his within response in furtherance of justice and/or to conform to proof at the time of trial.”
In other words, Trevor will make available the necessary documents via his lawyers to ensure a smooth divorce takes place. Those docs will include things like his personal inheritance, or anything he has made post Nov. 1, 2019, their legal separation date according to him.
Damn, What Can Bree Anderson Have?
Bree doesn’t seem to be making out like a bandit in this divorce considering she has two kids with the ball player. However, Trevor has no intentions of not making things good with his wife. Via court docs, Trevor has stated that the community property is still being sordid out. Trevor says the “full nature and extent of community property and debts are unknown at this time.”
Finally, the former L.A. Laker player is also requesting that he and Bree pay their own attorney’s fees. When Bree initially filed for separation from Trevor, she requested spousal support and to have her attorney’s fee paid. Trevor is clearly fighting back on the latter. She agreed that time is needed to sort through their community property.
While they were only married for a short time, they were together for several years prior and share two children together. Trevor has a son, Tajh from a previous relationship with Lana Allen who accused him of physically abusing Tajh and attempting to gain full custody.
A judge threw the case out once it was revealed that Allen had no real evidence proving that Trevor abused their child or inflicted emotional harm on him. Hopefully, this custody battle goes smoother.