Kim and her lawyer have already filed a request to set an immediate trial date for the divorce proceedings; however, Kris's team filed their own motion shooting down the request, stating that Kim's "unplanned" pregnancy with Kanye West had nothing to do with Kris and he still won't be ready for trial until May or June when basketball season ends.
Kim's side of things is pretty clear: "I don't want to be married to [Kris] when I have my baby," her motion reads.
"I am requesting the status of my marriage be determined now not only for my health and welfare, but for the health and well-being of my unborn child," she states. "I firmly believe that an immediate dissolution of our marriage will help create a new, full life for me. One chapter will be officially over and a new one can begin. The same should hold true for [Kris]."
Kim's lawyer also adds that even if Humphries' team wants to continue their case that the marriage was fraud and should be annulled (rather than a divorce), they should've had more than enough time to prepare, since Kim and Kris's separation was way back in October 2011. However, she adds, "Indeed, there is nothing to prepare since there is not a shred of evidence to support the alleged fraud."
It's kind of hard not to feel for Kim in this situation --wouldn't we all just want this over with already? A hearing is set for Feb. 15 to decide when a trial will take place.
Do you think it's fair of Kris to drag this out?
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