Chris Brown is a happy father this week. The singer has settled his ongoing custody battle with Nia Guzman, the mother of his daughter Royalty. Now fans are getting the full details on their agreement.

According to TMZ, the "Forever" singer will get to spend 12 days with his 1-year-old daughter every month without the previously requested supervised visitation from Guzman. Royalty will also hold her father's last name in the decision.

The 26-year-old Virginia native continues to pay $2,500 a month in child support. Although he will have to shell out $15,000 in back pay along with money for the toddler's schooling, health insurance, medical bills and nannies.

The settlement is still dependent on the judge's final say. Breezy took a drug test for the trial, which came back positive for weed and codeine -- although he has a prescription for both.

Royalty's dad seems in high spirits as a result of the outcome. "Court went great today. Glad this all worked out," he tweeted on Monday afternoon (Sept. 28).

We're glad the singer appears to be getting his life back in order and can focus on his child without the custody battle weighing on him. Hopefully, this will put an end to the online disputes between Brown and his baby's mother. The F.A.M.E. creator's next album is also titled after his daughter. So far, he's dropped two singles from the forthcoming project, "Liquor" and "Zero."

Now his next battle is trying to get into Australia to tour after the government denied his visa due to past violent behavior. He's not giving up though and even tweeted that he's willing to "raise awareness about domestic violence" Down Under.

Check out the Chris Brown's tweets below.

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