Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are still not on the same page about kids or money, and now there is a further divorce setback

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are still not on the same page about kids or money, and now there is a ...

Kim Kardashian is legally single at the time, but she is still not fully divorced from her ex Kanye West. It's been nearly two years since the reality star filed for a divorce, but the former couples' disagreement over their prenup agreement and who should take primary custody of their four kids has pushed matters further. Furthermore, the notorious rapper's fourth attorney, Samantha Spector, resigned in May, citing a communication issue.

According to Rolling Stone, the judge in their case officially recused Spector as Kanye Wests' attorney during a hearing on August 5. Despite previous reports that he had immediately hired a new attorney, Deborah Hong was unconcerned that the 45-year-old would continue to work with or without him. Nevertheless, the judge at the same hearing gave his ex-wife a December 14 trial date to finish their lengthy divorce.

According to the judge, Kim Kardashian's counsel, Laura Wasser, has been offered a trial date for her client either this year or next. The rep was firm that this year would be the best, stating that they have been prepared for quite a while. The only hold-up, according to Kanye West

The legal team for SKIMS CEOs stated in court that the couple is on good personal terms currently, but Kanye West has yet to produce financial disclosure papers to help with the final settlement of the divorce. Kim Kardashian submitted her own financials back in November of 2021.

The judge ordered that Kim Ks' lawyer send Kanye West to the courtroom to respond to these charges by September 30. The trial will continue as planned if he does so by that time. However, the judge also clarified that if there is a response and the parties involved need additional time to gather evidence or witnesses, the divorce case may be rescheduled even further.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were embroiled in a major social media feud earlier this year about their kids' use of TikTok and her then-boyfriend Pete Davidson. The couple have since broken up following a nine-month relationship. There's evidence that Kimye is much better at co-parenting now, but custody issues will not be resolved until the next trial.

During the premiere season of their self-titled reality series on Hulu, the Kardashian-Jenners kept it true (for the most part) about their famous family and romantic partners, including Kourtney and Travis' relationship come-up, and Khloe and Tristan's latest relationship breakdown. Kanye West was seen, too, albeit very briefly, coming to save the day and his exs sex tape recordings from Ray J. Although all that and more is expected to shift dramatically in Season 2

Kanye West might wish to restart his divorce paperwork in the interim. That's a good thing, since he'll likely not want to have to deal with this relatively straightforward matter again, with the recent $7 million Coachella lawsuit and the Donda copyright infringement action filed against him at the same time.