David Hasselhoff not likely to lose custody of daughtersNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:04 am ICT by admin
Goldsman has said that the decision of the court seems to be more in favour of his client who won the primary physical custody of his daughters earlier this year with his ex-wife Pamela Bach earlier this year.
“I don’t think (Tuesday’s) incident will affect David’s retaining primary physical custody of his daughters, which by the way, was the court’s final custody arrangement,” the People quoted Hasselhoff’s attorney, as saying.
However, Bach’s attorney, Michael Trope, said that he is hoping for an out of court settlement.
“I believe there will be an understanding reached between the parties that will not necessitate any court action or any public dissemination between the parties,” Trope said. (ANI)
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