Kenya Moore’s ex-husband Marc Daly has been dropped by his lawyer before he goes to trial with the Real Housewives of Atlanta star. The trial is set for May 2023, but the lawyer’s withdrawal will not affect the proceedings. Kenya had filed for divorce from Marc in May 2021, with the couple agreeing to the divorce but disagreeing on joint legal custody of their daughter Brooklyn.
Kenya Moore’s ex-husband, Marc Daly, has been dropped by his lawyer ahead of their upcoming divorce trial, and he will be responsible for hiring a new lawyer and preparing for trial.
Kenya Moore’s ex-husband, Marc Daly, is facing legal troubles as he heads to court to face off with the Real Housewives of Atlanta star over their divorce settlement. Just weeks before the trial, Daly’s lawyer, Regina Edwards, informed the court of her request to withdraw from the case. While Marc has 10 days to object to her motion, he is now responsible for hiring a new lawyer and preparing for trial. The proceedings are scheduled for May 22, 2023, and will reportedly not be affected by his former lawyer’s withdrawal.
Kenya filed for divorce from Marc in May 2021, stating the date of separation as September 19, 2019. The couple shares a daughter named Brooklyn, who was born in 2018. In the divorce, Marc agreed to allow Kenya primary custody of their daughter, but he demanded joint legal custody. Kenya, who appears on Real Housewives of Atlanta, filed a legal case over custody of Brooklyn, as Marc attempted to block her from being featured on the show without his approval.
While Kenya argued her job required her to share her life with viewers, Marc claimed it could negatively impact their daughter. However, the judge ruled in Kenya’s favor, stating he had no evidence that Kenya would place Brooklyn in any environment that might not be in the minor child’s best interest. In the latest turn of events, though, Marc is seeking a portion of the home they shared, which Kenya purchased before they got married.
As the legal battle between Kenya and Marc continues to heat up, fans of the Real Housewives of Atlanta remain captivated by the unfolding drama. With the trial set for next year, speculation is rife as to who will come out on top. For now, the focus remains on Marc’s search for a new attorney and whether Kenya will have to share any of the property she acquired before marrying him. The Real Housewives, it seems, is never short on excitement or controversy.