her life from Bruce Jenner would be all sorts of dramatic — it appears
as though agreeing upon terms of their divorce has been easy peasy.
The divorce settlement, which consists of their joint income from Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Bruce’s speaking engagement and their various businesses, has been estimated at around $60 million, according to TMZ.
In addition, Kris will get their Hidden Hills estate, and Bruce will keep his Sherwood Country Club membership.
Yesterday, Kris finally pulled the plug on her marriage to Bruce, filing
for divorce 11 months after announcing their separation.
The reality star filed for divorce in Los Angeles on Monday, citing
irreconcilable difference as the cause for the rift. Amazingly enough,
the couple had no prenup — but the duo seems to have already worked out
the details of the split, sans lawyers.
According to the divorce paperwork, Kris, who filed pro per, is seeking
joint physical and legal custody of their 17-year-old daughter Kylie, as
well as requesting to keep her own jewelry, and any and all assets
since their separation — which is listed as June 1, 2013. The documents
state that they will divide their property later.