Kim Kardashian has officially filed for divorce from Kanye West and although there is a prenuptial agreement in place, there are still obstacles that the couple will have to navigate around.
For starters, they have to divide up their property, which includes mansions in Calabasas, California, as well as a ranch in Wyoming. The divorce settlement may also contain a binding clause that prevents the couple from sharing details about one another and their split. This will limit what West says in his music and what Kardashian reveals in the reality TV show "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
"One big negotiation they have to sort out is what they can and can’t say about each other," the insider told Mirror.
However, another source said the divorce drama may still be played out in "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," which airs for the last time this year.
"Everything in Kim’s life has been documented on camera and this is no different — except great lengths will be made to protect Kanye. It will be a very emotional series, with the focus mainly on Kim’s journey," the insider explained.
On Friday a representative confirmed to CNN that Kardashian had filed for divorce from West. The filing cites irreconcilable differences. Kardashian is seeking joint custody over their four children.
"Their marriage has run its course, but their friendship and commitment to their kids has not," the source said.
Another source told People last week that Kardashian would allow West to talk to their children at any time.
"She has never threatened to keep him from the kids. She only requires that he is not going to damage them. Kanye can FaceTime the kids anytime he wants. He hasn't been great about that, but everyone is encouraging him to do it."
The source added that Kardashian did not want to hurt West, but things were not working out between them.
"She just knows she can't be married to him anymore," the insider said. "He is very aware that she has been a good wife. He still loves her very much. But he understands."
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