Kim Kardashian and Kanye West formalized their divorce on Monday.
The Skims founder, 42, and Yeezy CEO, 45, will have joint custody and “equal access” to their four children, North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3.
According to sources close to Kardashian, the matriarch will continue to have the children 80 percent of the time, as West previously confirmed in September.
The deal also states that the “Gold Digger” rapper must pay his ex-wife $200,000 in child support each month.
He is also liable for half of the children’s educational expenditures, such as tuition, as well as security costs.
If Kardashian and West ever disagree about one of their four children, they must go to mediation.
If neither party attends mediation, the participating party becomes the decision-maker.
Property assets were also distributed following the former couple’s prenuptial agreement.
They both agreed to forego spousal support.
Kardashian’s representative did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment on the recent developments in her divorce lawsuit.
After seven years of marriage, the “Kardashian” actress filed for divorce in February 2021.