It is hard to turn on any television channel or read any magazine these days without seeing a story about the Kardashian clan and their latest antics. This family is of course headed by Bruce and Kris Jenner, who announced their separation late last year. The two have apparently been officially separated since June of last year, according to documents.
The most recent update on the couple's divorce proceedings is that the judge has signed their legal documents which will finalize their divorce. They will have to wait out the six-month legal requirement and will officially be divorced by the end of March of this year.
Although the couple have significant assets from their 24-year marriage, it seems the split has been quite amicable. Kris will reportedly keep the family home, while Bruce will get a payment of $2.5 million from Kris. Physical assets such as appliances, furniture and artwork have already been divided. The couple did not sign a prenuptial agreement before they got married. According to reports, neither of them will be getting alimony payments.
The two have one daughter who is still a minor. They will share joint physical and legal custody of Kylie Jenner, who is 17 years old.
It is interesting to consider a case like this because it shows that high-asset divorces are not always acrimonious. Kris Jenner has said there is "no animosity" between them and that they are "united and committed" to their family. There have been reports that both of them are already seeing other people.