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Kim will receive $200k per month in child support from Kanye West

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, a former Hollywood power couple, are gradually drawing closer to the end of their divorce process.

Nearly two years after their breakup, the rapper and reality TV star both reached settlements on Thursday.

North West, 9, Saint, 7, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3, who are their shared children, will share legal and physical custody under the terms of their settlement, according to documents obtained by E! News.

In order to cover their children’s medical, security, and educational costs, both parents will each contribute 50% of the total cost. The rapper will contribute $200,000 per month toward Kim’s child support obligations.

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The prenuptial agreement outlines how the couple will divide their assets.

Although the agreement has not been signed by a judge, it demonstrates significant advancement in the case that Kim filed in February 2021.

After the divorce proceedings dragged on for months due to Kanye’s objections to the divorce, Kardashian requested that the court declare her single, and her request was granted in March 2022.

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