Monday, March 26, 2018

Shannon Beador Opens Up About Her Divorce Proceedings With David Beador; Says She Has No Interest In Engaging In A ‘War Of Words’

Shannon Beador and her estranged husband David Beador may have reached a temporary settlement in their divorce. According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, the Real Housewives of Orange County star was awarded joint legal and physical custody of their three daughters as well as $22,500 per month for temporary non-taxable child and spousal support.

The two faced off in a California court room on Friday, March 16, where according to a source, David was “shaking with anger” and “spewed profanities at Shannon” while they were in the courthouse’s hallway, claiming that the move would bankrupt his company.

Since then, he’s allegedly turned the water off in the home she shares with her three teen daughters Sophie, 16, and twins Stella and Adeline, 13. Side note: Court documents state Shannon will “be responsible for all of her own expenses commencing forthwith.”

Meanwhile, David had no comment on the allegations, but Shannon said that she’s centered on moving forward.

“As David and I continue our divorce proceedings, I’m doing everything I can to move things efficiently along so that our three children are not subjected to unnecessary stress during an already difficult time,” she told PEOPLE. “I want to be as fair as possible. I remain focused on a clean resolution and have no interest in engaging in a war of words.”

At Friday’s court appearance, David — who was representing himself — was originally ordered to pay Shannon $30,000 per month for temporary non-taxable child and spousal support, court documents state. But Shannon and her lawyer proposed a smaller amount of $22,500 per month.

Payments are without prejudice and subject to retroactive modification dating back to Dec. 1, 2017, the date Shannon filed for divorce. They’ll meet again in court in July, where an accountant analyzing each party’s income will present results for the judge.

If the support order is greater than $22,500 per month, David will owe Shannon additional support for the period; if the order is less than $22,500 per month, Shannon will be charged with the excess support she has received, reports PEOPLE.

As for custody, Shannon and David’s “children shall reside primarily with Shannon,” the documents read, “but the children shall spend significant time with each party by agreement of the parties.”

The former couple has also not “elected to establish a custody schedule at this time,” but instead “shall communicate with one another to ensure the children are appropriately cared for at all times, and endeavor to impose uniform rules for the children regardless of which parent is caring for the children at any given time.”

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