The trial between Kim Kardashian and Kayne West finally ends
Besides this, he must also pay half of his children's education and health expenses.
The trial is over after a month, and the court decided that English rapper Kayne west has to pay 200K dollars per month for the expenses of his children.
Besides this, he must also pay half of his children’s education and health expenses. Kardashian and West started dating in 2012. However, their marriage landed in crisis when Kayne West ran for president of the United States election.
During his campaign, he made a statement that was entirely personal for the couple. He said that Kim wanted to get an abortion when she was pregnant with their first child North.
The agreement on the terms of their divorce settlement comes nine months after Kardashian was ruled legally single in a split hearing. West had previously challenged Kardashian’s claim to be legally single.
Usually, parents receive child support based on formulas or calculators given by the state government. These formulas take into account the finances of both parents. In California, the average amount is about $430 per child per month.
Jacqueline Newman, a managing partner at the New York divorce law firm, says the goal is to ensure that children affected by divorce can continue with the lives they are used to.
Kanye West joins the list of celebrity dads facing hefty child support payments after costly breakups. In 2010, late Las Vegas resort owner and businessman Kirk Kerkorian had to pay $10 million plus $100,000 a month even after his ex-wife admitted the child young is not his biological daughter. Recently, Nick Cannon said he pays “more than” $3 million a year in child support.
There’s also the issue of Kanye West’s rapidly dwindling wealth. Gap, Balenciaga, and Adidas dumped the rapper who launched anti-Semitism attacks and aligned themselves with white supremacists, costing him $2 billion in one day.
Legal experts say Kayne West could request an amendment if he can prove his financial situation has changed sufficiently.