Blac Chyna, Rob Kardashian Set Wedding Date: What Role Will Kardashian Women Play?

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have reportedly set a date for their long-anticipated nuptials.

The updated news comes courtesy of Blac’s business attorney, Walter Mosley, who simply confirms “they’re getting married and there’s a date.”

Another source described as close to the couple adds the new and doting parents have circled sometime next summer for their big day, with the ultimate plan calling for the two to build up suspense among fans via another season of their Rob & Chyna reality show.

The E! Network show has become akin to a cash cow for the couple, with Rob already reportedly netting as much as $120,000 per episode. The couple has been dating for roughly a year and welcomed daughter Dream to the equation over the last several weeks.

Just what roles family members of the two might play in bringing their dream wedding to life remains a mystery, particularly given Chyna’s newfound legal issues with the Kardashian sisters.

Earlier this month, Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney all moved to legally prevent Blac from trademarking the name Angela Renee Kardashian with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Kylie Jenner attend Cosmopolitan's 50th Birthday Celebration at Ysabel on October 12, 2015 in West Hollywood. [Image by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images]

In their filing, lawyers for the sisters insisted they aren’t singling Blac out, but simply moving to protect the brand and empire they have strategically toiled to build for themselves.

The petition also maintains they stand to “suffer damage including irreparable injury to their reputation and goodwill” and accuses Chyna of “deliberately seeking to profit from the goodwill and popularity” of the Kardashian name.

Over the last few days, Mosley shot down talk that the soon-to-be family members had settled their differences and the matter had been settled.

“This is not resolved, as far as I’m concerned,” he said, all the while insisting that his client didn’t have any immediate plans for making use of her would-be new moniker and was simply locking it up as a protective measure.

“The report of a truce does not make it true,” he added. “Ultimately, until Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney respond to me and tell me they’re dropping the challenge, I don’t know that this matter is over.”

Just where momager Kris Jenner stands on the matter also remains in question after several media outlets reported she had personally told Chyna the filing was a mistake and she was calling off her daughters.

Kris Jenner attends the 2016 Angel Ball hosted by Gabrielle's Angel Foundation For Cancer Research in New York City. [Image by Jamie McCarthy/Getty] Images for Gabrielle's Angel Foundation)

“Dickinson Wright hasn’t reached out to my office to tell me it’s resolving,” Mosley added of the Las Vegas firm representing the sisters.

While Mosley still holds out hope that the filing could be just one big mistake, he let it be known he’s convinced that the Kardashian sisters could easily clear the air if they truly want to.

“They have 50 million followers,” he said. “Very easily, they could post something that says, ‘We’re still behind you (Chyna). We love you, we would never do that.’ And they could make this a non-story.”

While Chyna has refrained from publicly speaking out on the matter, her mother, Tokyo Toni, hasn’t been quite so diplomatic, recently taking to social media to unequivocally express her full support for her daughter.

Blacchyna has my support 110 percent no matter what,” she posted on Instagram. “You can’t you just can’t stop what God has plans for. Ps People need to relax it’s enough shine money Tv airtime play selfie sticks and camera footage for everyone. Sharing is caring but hold up didn’t they watch Mr. Rogers neighborhood. She grown but I am still her momma and I will go all the way in for mine.”

Chyna previously dated and has a child with rapper Tyga, who is now romantically linked to younger Kardashian sister Kylie Jenner.

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