Kanye West finally came to terms with the fact that his former love actually meant it when she filed for divorce. He responded to the divorce petition from Kim Kardashian and agreed that they should have joint custody of their four kids.
According to their new divorce documents, neither of the two needs spousal support, since it’s going to be joint custody. Kanye’s attorneys filed his response on Friday in an L.A. supreme court to Kardashian West’s divorce filing seven weeks ago. The response will probably mark the end of their six and a half-year marriage.
Kim and Kanye’s filings are similar virtually because they both agree the marriage should be dissolved over irreconcilable differences. Also that the two should share custody of their children; North aged 7, Saint aged 5, Chicago aged 3, and Psalm who turns two next month. And just like Kim’s filing, Kanye asks that the court’s right to award spousal support to either person be terminated.
Kim’s petition clearly showed that the two have a pre-nuptial agreement, and under it, they kept their property separate throughout their marriage. This means that after the divorce, there will be no splitting of property in any way.
The divorce brings an impending end to one of the most followed celebrity unions in recent decades. However, for Kanye, this was his first marriage, unlike the reality TV superstar Kim Kardashian who has been in two other marriages previously.
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