Tristan Thompson has obtained a authorized victory.
The Cleveland Cavaliers participant has been granted short-term guardianship of his youthful brother Amari Douglas Thompson, 17, in response to court docket paperwork obtained by E! Information on Sept. 21. The short-term guardianship will run till Dec. 5, 2023.
The authorized transfer grants Tristan, 32, all of the powers a father or mother having authorized custody of a kid would have, reminiscent of managing Amari’s funds, touring with him each within the U.S. and internationally, making use of for American citizenship, deciding residing preparations and acquiring authorized counsel.
Tristan filed for short-term guardianship on Sept. 8 following his mother Andrea Thompson‘s unexpected death from a heart attack in January. Andrea, who lived in Toronto, was 53.
Within the wake of Andrea’s passing, Khloe Kardashian—who shares daughter True Thompson, 5, and 13-month-old son Tatum Thompson with Tristan—stood by the athlete’s apart to “consolation and assist him navigate what shall be a really tough time,” a supply instructed E! Information on the time.