Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna go nasty in court, good in co-parenting for baby Dream

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna might be duking it out in court over money to care for their daughter — but turns out there’s a measure of peace behind the scenes.

Sources connected to both parents tell TMZ that Rob and BC are a well-oiled co-parenting machine when it comes to baby Dream … they’ve both been cooperative in creating and abiding by a fair schedule … with zero hiccups so far.

We’re told the former couple manages their 50/50 split like this — 4 days with one parent and 3 days with the other … and they switch that up week-to-week. Sometimes there’s scheduling conflict with either Chyna or Rob, but they’ve learned to pivot without any real drama.

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A big reason for their success … nannies!!! We’re told both Rob and Chyna have their own who handle all the baby hand-offs.

Here’s the thing … Rob and Chyna intensely dislike each other, but they have figured out a way to wall off their feelings when it comes to their daughter.

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As we reported … Rob’s gone back to court asking a judge to lower his child support payments, which had been set at $20k/month. We’re told Rob had planned to request the payments be chopped down from the get-go, and only agreed to the hefty child support to get Chyna to back off her domestic violence claims … which could’ve hurt him.

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Chyna’s lawyer, Lisa Bloom, tells us Rob didn’t pull a fast one on anybody — saying they fully expected him to go back to go court to lower his payments.

For now, Chyna’s not getting a penny from Rob. The judge put all payments on hold a few months ago until he decides what, if anything, Rob should pay her.



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