Last year came to an end, but not before Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were able to close the chapter on their formerly wedded life and settle matters associated with their divorce. It is reported that Kardashian and West will share joint custody of their four children – North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3. Despite this, sources close to Kardashian report that she will continue to have the children approximately eighty percent (80%) of the time. The settlement also outlines West’s monthly child support payment, which is $200,000.00 per month. Additionally, West is responsible for covering fifty percent (50%) of the minor children’s educational expenses (i.e., tuition), and security expenses.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s custody battle involving their four children has begun to heat up. When Kim first filed for divorce early last year, both Kim and Kanye agreed that they should share joint custody of their four children. Now, it appears the couple is a long way from agreeable terms.
It is not the first time Kanye West has taken to social media to air his grievances. The artist often uses platforms such as Twitter and Instagram in a personal diary manner, posting entries for his millions of followers to read. Kanye, who recently legally changed his name to Ye, shared a string of since-deleted images and messages about his fears for the safety of his daughter, North West, and allegations against Kim. A few of the deleted messages are outlined below.
In recent celebrity news, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have decided to get divorced. Undoubtedly, the couple signed a prenuptial agreement that handles much of the property division claims. But one aspect that is interesting about their eventual property settlement, is the issue of royalties. It is likely that the couple have a provision about their royalties and other intellectual property (IP) in their prenuptial agreement, but let us consider how it would play out in North Carolina if they did not. Continue reading →