TMZ has posted the divorce papers, and while we're not lawyers, here's the breakdown:
- The couple will pay their own court fees and attorneys. Kamp Kardashian has hired Hollywood super-lawyer Laura Wasser to represent the 31-year-old soon-to-be divorcee.
- Property rights will be determined in accordance with the couple's prenuptial agreement. This is what Kardashian intends to keep out of Humphries' hands: her jewelry and "personal effects"; all the money she made before, during and after the marriage; everything else the doomed duo pre-divided up in their prenup.
- The court won't decide spousal support. So, basically, whatever Humphries gets from the divorce -- and how much -- is not for a judge to decide. It's likely spelled out in the prenup, which if sources are correct, protects both parties from each other: Chiefly, Kris from Kim's not-always-fantastic business decisions; Kim's $35 million net worth against Kris' comparatively paltry $8-to-$16 million.
Kardashian cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split.
Didn't we see this coming?
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