Former celebrity couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally finalized their divorce settlement Monday, according to the latest reports. The news of their settlement comes at the culmination of some other reports that have claimed Ye missed attending a testimony in their ongoing divorce proceedings. For the layman, Kim filed for divorce from Kanye in February 2021 after seven years of marriage.
The Separation and Divorce
While Kanye West has spoken publicly about his desire to get his former wife Kim back on numerous occasions, the rapper hasn’t been successful in doing so. The Kardashians star was later also declared legally single by a judge in March of this year. After their divorce, the duo also dated other people. While Kim Kardashian was in a relationship with former SNL star Pete Davidson for nine months, Ye has been linked to several celebrities including Irina Shayk, Chaney Jones and Julia Fox.
The full payment of child support
According to the details allegedly mentioned in the court documents, Kanye West has to pay Kim Kardashian $200,000 a month in child support for their four children. For the layman, the couple shares four children — North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3.
They’ve also raised the little ones together since Kim filed for divorce. According to recent reports, Kanye is also responsible for 50 percent of the ex-couple’s children’s education expenses, including tuition and security costs, in the documents. In addition, the real estate assets were split in accordance with Kanye and Kim’s prenuptial agreement. The two reportedly waived spousal support.
The custody details
According to a recent report by Page Six, the SKIMS founder and her ex-husband Kanye West will have joint custody and equal access to their children, according to court documents. However, another report from TMZ suggests that 80 percent of the time, Kim Kardashian will continue to have children — a fact Kanye West previously admitted in September. He reportedly spoke about it on the Alo Full Mind podcast, explaining, “She still has 80 per cent of her life raising these kids, so as I went back and forth people saw that I need to be able to do my version of it.” to throw what people would throw […] to the curriculum because my parents could do that to me.”