Wade Divorce Still On-Going

A judge agreed Monday to allow a lawyer for Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife to remove himself from her protracted divorce and child-custody battle with the NBA star.

Attorney Michael Haber had been the 12th lawyer to represent Siohvaughn Funches-Wade in the high-profile case.

Haber cited a “lack of communication” with Funches-Wade and said they were “unable to resolve significant issues regarding the representation,” according to a court filing last week.

Cook County Circuit Judge Marya Nega agreed at a hearing Monday to let him drop the case, despite an argument from Funches-Wade that it would be expensive for her to hire another lawyer.

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