Remember that wonderful prenup that Kanye West is trying to contest in an attempt to delay his divorce from Kim Kardashian? Well, here’s a copy of it.
Ye is trying to say that the agreement, signed in 2014, is invalid because there’s a presumption in California that prenups signed after 2001 are invalid. The only way they can be validated is either during a trial or if both parties agree. Since Ye hasn’t agreed to the document’s validity, it can’t be enforced until there’s a trial.
Some of the points include…
- Any property acquired by a party during their marriage will be considered their own separate property. If they purchased property jointly the home would be considered a community asset.
- Both parties agreed the properties would be their sole property and each would handle their own mortgages.
- The deal also leaves room for both child and spousal support.
Despite signing the deal, Ye is now asking the court not to enforce it. The hearing is tomorrow (Wed., March 2nd).