Kanye Objects To Kim Kardashian’s Divorce Petition

Kanye West has objected to Kim Kardashian getting an order to divorce him in order to restore her single status.

Kanye made his objections known to the judge in a new legal documents. The legal document states that; ‘Kim’s motion should be denied without prejudice. Kim can refile it with the mandatory corrections and requested conditions set forth in the proposed judgment. Alternatively, a hearing regarding these additional conditions should be set’. 

This new legal document, from Kanye West, are in response to Kim’s petition to get the judge declare her single before all the custody and property issues are resolved.

Kim, seem to be intentional about this divorce issue as she ain’t looking like she would consider Kanye.

Next Month, there would be a meeting with the judge. This would aid the judge in restoring Kim’s single status  but now Kanye’s lawyer is objecting. West lawyer is worried that Kim might remarry, and move some of their assets to her separate accounts.

According to reports, Kanye is ready to  agree to Kim becoming single, but only if measures are put in place so their assets remain as marital property.

Kanye’s lawyer says he wants 3 conditions, all of which his lawyer claimed Kim has rejected.

The conditions are:

1. If any of them dies, any money owed to either gets reimbursed.

2. Kanye wants to block Kim from transferring assets out of any trust they created.

3. He wants Kim to waive their marital privilege pending a final custody decision.

According to The People reports. Kanye wants the third condition because he wants to ensure any communications between the two of them can be part of the court record.

Also, he wants that if Kim remarries, she would waive any spousal privilege between her and her new husband. In other words, he wants to make sure any conversations between her and a new husband, as it relates to custody, would be fair game in court.

Do you think Kanye West is asking for too much?

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