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Child custody-related dispute arises regarding Dwayne Wade

Sometimes, child custody-related disputes arise between divorced parents. This can be seen in a celebrity child custody-related dispute that TMZ recently reported on.

The dispute involves NBA star Dwayne Wade and his ex-wife. The former couple has two children. In 2011, Wade was granted custody of the children.

Wade's ex-wife has recently filed claims with a court alleging that Wade has failed to act properly in regards to the medical care of the two children since he was granted custody and has been acting improperly in regards to her visitation rights.

Reportedly, the former couple's two children have asthma. Wade's ex-wife claims that Wade has not been providing the two children with their asthma medication.

Wade's ex-wife also claims that Wade hasn't acted properly in regards to her parenting time with the children.

Included among the things Wade's ex-wife is asking for in connection to these allegations are that Wade be ordered to keep her informed about the children's medical care and that he be ordered to be more attentive when it comes to the children's medical care.

One wonders what will happen in this child custody-related matter and how it will ultimately be resolved.

As this case illustrates, child custody-related disputes sometimes arise. Child custody-related disputes can involve many complicated issues and what resolutions are ultimately reached in such disputes can have significant impacts on all of the parties involved. Thus, if a person is involved in a child custody-related dispute, having a strong advocate on one's side can be very important.

Source: TMZ, "Dwyane Wade's Ex-Wife - He's Being a HUGE Pain in the Asthma," Feb. 20, 2013

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