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Kanye West to pay $200K in child support as divorce with Kim Kardashian is finalized

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finalized their divorce on Tuesday in Los Angeles, according to Fox News Digital.

The reality star will receive $200,000 per month in child support payments from her ex-husband for their four children, according to court documents. The former couple agreed to joint custody, and West will be responsible for the monthly support fees beginning December 1.

Kardashian and West had a prenuptial agreement in place and agreed to “divide all assets and liabilities” from their six-year marriage.

Kardashian filed the dissolution of marriage judgment on February 19, 2021. After six years of marriage, Kardashian and Ye divorced on December 26, 2020.

“Respondent (West) shall pay $200,000 per month in child support to Petitioner (Kardashian) beginning December 1, 2022.

The child support shall be paid by wire transfer on the first of each month to an account designated by Petitioner “the document stated.

Both Kardashian and West will be responsible for any portion of their children’s uninsured “health care, medical, and dental expenses,” and Kim will continue to maintain and pay for the kids’ insurance as long as it is available or “until each child turns 26, without contribution from Respondent.”

The former couple will split the costs of private school education for North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm, as well as the costs of private security for the minors.

Kardashian and West will also pay for all four of their children’s college expenses, who range in age from three to nine years old.

“The Parties agree that they acquired no community assets together during their marriage and that they owned no community assets as of the Date of Separation and the date of this Stipulated Judgment,” their agreement stated.

If Kardashian and West are unable to reach an agreement on “major decisions relating to the Minor Children’s health, education, and welfare,” they will enter into mediation for “at least three hours with a mutually agreed upon retired judicial officer based in Southern California.”

At that point, they must both make a “good faith effort” to resolve any outstanding disputes.