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Inside Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s Pricey Divorce Settlement

Harper's Bazaar 12/15/2022 Chelsey Sanchez
The rapper will have to pay $200K per month in child support. © Dimitrios Kambouris - Getty Images The rapper will have to pay $200K per month in child support.

Kimye is officially done.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have finalized their divorce, coming to terms on how to split finances over their dynasty and child custody arrangements.

The rapper will pay $200,000 per month in child support, according to People, and will be responsible for half of the kids' expenses, including medical coverage, education, and security. The exes will ultimately have joint physical and legal custody of their four children: North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3.

Regarding disputes over the children, West and Kardashian agreed to participate in mediation. If either party does not participate, then the other will make a decision over the dispute by default.

As for property, the two will split their assets based on the stipulations of their prenuptial agreement. Both parties waived spousal support.

The settlement comes nearly two years after the reality TV star first filed for divorce from the Grammy-winning artist. At the time, TMZ reported that the separation was "amicable" and that Kardashian and West would not contest their prenup.

Months after they separated, Kardashian opened up about their evolving relationship in an October 2021 interview with WSJ. Magazine, citing West's creative direction with her shapewear brand, SKIMS.

"He has a piece of Skims himself and gives [the team] inspiration but also information. I think he enjoys the process," she said. "He expressed that there were too many branding situations. He's always super simple. I really wanted to condense my beauty brands. I wanted one place, one website, where everything can live."

She later added, "Kanye will always be the most inspirational person to me."

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