Tristan Thompson Granted Temporary Guardianship of 17-Year-Old Brother

Tristan Thompson Granted Temporary Guardianship of 17-Year-Old Brother

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Tristan Thompson has actually gotten a legal success.

The Cleveland Cavaliers gamer has actually been given momentary guardianship of his more youthful bro Amari Douglas Thompson, 17, according to court files gotten by E! News onSept 21. The momentary guardianship will run till Dec 5, 2023.

The legal relocation grants Tristan, 32, all the powers a moms and dad having legal custody of a kid would have, such as handling Amari’s financial resources, taking a trip with him both in the U.S. and worldwide, getting American citizenship, choosing living plans and acquiring legal counsel.

Tristan applied for momentary guardianship onSept 8 following his mother Andrea Thompson‘s unanticipated death from a cardiac arrest inJanuary Andrea, who resided in Toronto, was 53.

In the wake of Andrea’s death, Khloe Kardashian— who shares child True Thompson, 5, and 13- month-old kid Tatum Thompson with Tristan– waited the professional athlete’s aside to “comfort and help him navigate what will be a very difficult time,” a source informed E! News at the time.