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Another Kardashian divorce on the horizon?

It may seem like every week there is some form of Kardashian drama on the news. While constant Kardashian family news and spotlights are welcome by their millions of fans, many of those who are not interested would be happy if they would just go away. Regardless of how you feel about the Kardashians and your level of fandom, there are still valuable lessons to be learned from them, and reminders to be made.

We recently learned that rapper and celebrity super star Kanye West was hospitalized for undisclosed reasons. He has since been released, and made more headlines last week after meeting with President elect Donald Trump. But during this time, rumors swill that his wife, Kim Kardashian, is worried about her husband's recent breakdown and subsequent hospital stay, and is focusing on protecting their children, three year old North and one year old Saint.

According to a report by Us Weekly, Kim wants a divorce from Kayne, though a source states that "It will take some time before she can do anything." It has also been suspected that there has been significant marital strain over the last few months. It remains to be seen whether this can be rectified or whether it will ultimately end in a divorce.

It goes without saying that a high-net worth divorce between a high-profile couple worth millions is more complex than a typical divorce. With significant business assets and marital property, it would be in their best interests to make certain that their property and assets are protected if they do enter into a divorce by strong representation in court.

Source: Yahoo!, "Are Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Headed for Divorce?"" By Taryn Ryder, Dec. 7, 2016

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