The divorce between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West already has an agreement on both child custody and property. As reported by TMZ, Kim and Ye will have joint custody with “equal access” to their four children.
Kanye himself has acknowledged that Kim has her kids 80% of the time, so they will actually spend more time with her. And the important part is: West will have to pay Kim $200,000 a month in child support.
They will split the children’s educational expenses
A source close to the couple told TMZ that Kanye will be responsible for 50% of their children’s educational expenses, including tuition, as well as 50% of their children’s security costs, leaving the other half on Kim.
The $200,000 will have to be deposited on the first day of each month to Kim’s account, who is the one who will have to make the payments for school and other things related to their children.
As for the assets, the division is in line with their prenuptial agreement, in which they both waived spousal support.
Kim’s patience paid off
Since they separated, Kanye had refused to settle, plus he went through half a dozen lawyers and hasn’t attended depositions, but the source notes that “Kim’s patience was tested, but she handled things calmly and eventually Kanye came to his senses.”
The agreement reached by both celebrities came on Monday, a day before Kanye was due to testify before they went to trial in December. But there was no need, and now everyone can live on their own and worry about their children.
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