Lisa Marie Presley and her estranged ex are back in court to battle over issues involving their two children, RadarOnline.com can exclusively confirm.
Elvis' famous daughter and her ex Michael Lockwood have been embroiled in a vicious divorce for two years. Both appeared at Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday morning over custody and visitation of their twin daughters Harper and Finley.
Presley, wearing a long pencil skirt and black heels, remained silent as Judge Jospeh Lipner asked members of the audience to clear the courtroom for a closed hearing. Lipner said he decided to clear the courtroom "for the best interest" of the children.
Lockwood's lawyer Jeff Sturman declined to comment once the hearing ended an hour later, but he did confirm to Radar that their upcoming court date is December 10.
Presley filed for divorce from Lockwood on June 24, 2016 after 10 years of marriage. While Tuesday's hearing involves issues with their children, the former couple are also still at odds over their post-nuptial agreement.
Under the November 2017 agreement, both Presley and Lockwood agreed neither would receive spousal support or property from each other in the event their marriage should dissolve.
A judge found the 2017 agreement valid, but Lockwood has filed a motion to appeal that decision.
Sturman said Presley has a monthly income of about $183,000 per month, while Lockwood only makes about $2,500 per month.
Stay with Radar for more on the court showdown.
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