Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s divorce settlement has been finalized, and the rapper-designer must pay the reality star and beauty mogul $200,000 a month in child support.
The settlement was filed Tuesday with the Los Angeles County Superior Court, according to a dissolution document. The couple, who were married for six years, had been in negotiations for months over the terms of their divorce.
The settlement also states that Kim will receive the couple’s Calabasas, California, home, while Kanye will keep their ranch in Wyoming. The two will also share joint legal and physical custody of their four children.
The divorce settlement also states that Kanye will pay Kim $2 million in attorney’s fees. Additionally, the couple will split their assets equally, with Kim receiving $50 million and Kanye receiving $50 million.
The couple’s divorce has been a long and contentious process, with Kanye reportedly asking for joint custody of the children and a $1 billion settlement. However, the two were able to reach an agreement that was mutually beneficial for both parties.
In total, Kim will receive $200,000 a month in child support, $50 million in assets, and $2 million in attorney’s fees. This means that Kim will walk away from the divorce with a total of $52 million.
Kanye, on the other hand, will walk away with $50 million in assets and custody of the couple’s ranch in Wyoming. While the exact amount of money Kanye will lose in the divorce is unknown, it is safe to say that he will be significantly less wealthy than Kim.
Overall, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s divorce settlement has been finalized, and Kim will walk away with a total of $52 million. Kanye, on the other hand, will walk away with significantly less money and custody of the couple’s ranch in Wyoming.