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It's War! Lamar Odom's Ex Is 'Prepared To Battle' Khloe Kardashian For His Millions -- Will His Kids Get A Cut?

Oct. 16 2015, Updated 3:36 p.m. ET

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Lamar Odom's ex and the mother of his two children, Liza Morales, is ready to battle Khloe Kardashian for the NBA star's fortune, RadarOnline.com has learned.

As Radar reported, Kardashian will receive Odom's $10 million life insurance policy if he dies. In addition, she is likely to get a cut of what remains of his estate.

At the height of Lamar's NBA career, his estimated net worth was around $100 million, an insider said, and "Khloe was to receive a majority of that. His kids were of course included in the will, but it's understood they were to only receive a small portion compared to Khloe."

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"Lamar always let his business managers take care of that stuff, but he got rid of those people after his NBA career fizzled," the source said. "Given that Lamar dragged his feet with the divorce, his friends don't believe there were any changes to his will."

"If this goes sideways," the source said, "Liza is prepared to battle Khloe for what her kids deserve."

"It's only a technicality that they are still legally married, as the divorce is pending a judge's signature to make it finalized," the source told Radar.

Morales, daughter, Destiny, and son Lamar Jr., flew from New York City to be at Lamar's bedside.

Meanwhile momager Kris Jenner has hatched a plan to save Lamar, but Kardashian isn't yet on board with the idea.

"Kris has been talking to specialists in Los Angeles about Lamar," an insider previously told Radar. "If this is going to be a lengthy hospital stay, it would make sense for Lamar to be transferred to a hospital in Los Angeles. Kris believes the hospitals, particularly Cedars Sinai, are top notch. And it would certainly make it easier for the family to support Khloe and Lamar if he was in Los Angeles."

However one insider cautioned, "Lamar isn't out of the woods, and there have been no changes in his condition. He isn't stable enough for a move."

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