It has been reported by numerous sources that Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have jointly sought and obtained a dismissal of their divorce case. In other words, the couple has decided they want to remain married.
According to TMZ, Khloe’s attorney, Laura Wasser, went before the presiding judge and asked to withdraw the divorce papers that had been signed by Khloe and Lamar. Apparently, the paperwork has been sitting in a pile waiting to be processed and executed by a judge. Wasser’s request was granted and the divorce matter is now closed.
The couple has had a difficult time separating from each other. Although Khloe filed the divorce case in December of 2013, it did not proceed because Khloe spent the next year and a half attempting to save her marriage and trying to get Lamar into rehab. This summer Khloe finally gave up and signed the divorce paperwork.
Lamar’s recent hospitalization bought the couple back together. Khloe vowed to remain by Lamar’s side during his recover, which is predicted to take months. Lamar has been released from the hospital and transported to Los Angeles. There have been further reports that his health is improving and is increasingly more coherent.
Khloe recently released her first statement since Lamar’s hospitalization. She admitted the “past week has been incredibly difficult” and thanked friends, family and fans for the “outpouring of love and endless prayers that Lamar has received.”
Fans all over the country have followed Khloe and Lamar’s relationship on the reality hit television show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and the spin-off Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptons.
“If I had my way I would still be married to Lamar,” the 31-year-old E! star admitted during a November 2014 episode. “Like even right now, today, I wish I was still married to him.” It appears Khloe has gotten her wish.
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