GO inside Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's "custody agreement" for their four kids as she has finally been declared single in their nasty divorce.
Kanye, 44, has reportedly hired a new lawyer to shake things up in the custody battle with Kim, 41, according to TMZ.
Kim and Kanye share their four kids: North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, four; and Psalm, two.
Sources close to the Donda rapper claimed that he will most likely visit whenever time permits, due to his touring schedule and global travel.
Creating a structure around the Christmas and Thanksgiving holidays is allegedly unrealistic due to Ye's travels.
Whenever Ye previously returned from touring, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum has reportedly helped to facilitate his visit with the children.
The Flashing Lights singer has reportedly reunited with his kids for Sunday Service.
The former couple reportedly has an open-door policy when it concerns custody.
Sources claimed that if Kim or Kaney get too specific with their custody agreements, their court battle will become supposedly super messy instead of peaceful.
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After nearly seven years of marriage, Kim filed for divorce from the controversial artist in February 2021.
Her ex Kanye has been feuding with his ex and her new boyfriend Pete Davidson, 28.
The rapper previously called Pete a "d**khead," accused him of "destroying" their family, and threatened to "beat his a**."
Recently, the KUWTK star has officially become a single woman.
TMZ confirmed Kim is now single following the court showdown,
While Kim attended the hearing on a video call, Kanye was not present.
Kanye's lawyer did not object to restoring Kim's single status, but he did have three conditions.
THE THREE CONDITIONS
The judge approved of the first condition, which was that "any right to get reimbursement of money was intended to be divided up will be preserved in case either of them dies."
The judge rejected the second condition, which would prevent the TV star from transferring any assets she had in her trust.
The judge also denied the rapper's third and final condition.
If Kim remarried, Kanye reportedly wanted her to waive the "marital privilege," which would mean that her new spouse would not have to testify about communications he had with her.
A source close to the rap icon claimed the publication that he also wanted the divorce to be granted.
Due to the ruling, the Yeezus rapper is now a single person as well.
Kanye had reportedly objected to Kim's desire to be considered legally single out of concerns that the TV personality star might possibly move some of their assets to her separate accounts if she decided to remarry.
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