Kim Kardashian Reportedly Has a Whole "Exit Plan" in Place for a Kanye West Divorce

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Kim Kardashian is reportedly working with financial advisors to work out an "exit plan" in the event of a divorce from Kanye West.
Kim has divided her finances and real estate into a "very fair deal for everyone".
Wondering what's going on with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's divorce? Apparently a lot - it just happens behind the scenes. According to a source speaking to Us Weekly, Kim worked with “her financial advisors to find an exit plan that would work best for her entire family.” In other words, Kim figured out how she and Kanyes were split up can make assets fair.
"Kim has all of her finances and real estate from Kanye ready to be split up, it's a very fair deal for everyone," the source said. “Kim has all of her assets and finances ready when she decides to officially file. Friends thought she would submit in September, but she's holding on. That doesn't mean that everything is already done behind the scenes. "
It's unclear when Kim will officially file for divorce, but a source told People on Jan. 18 that the couple had "completely" stopped going to marriage counseling and that Kanye had "spoken to divorce lawyers this week."
We hope that their separation will remain amicable.
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