After Kim Kardashian officially filed for divorce on Friday from Kanye West, the two are trying to steer through their parenting differences.
Despite having different views of what`s best for their kids, the parents of four reportedly agreed to have joint legal and physical custody. Kim and Kanye calmed divorce speculations in the summer by spending some private time together with their kids.
“There are few secrets in that family, and everyone knew of the frustrations Kim endured with Kanye and his issues and rants,” a source close to the family said in a statement.
However, numerous sources confirmed the rumours, revealing the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star had been working with Laura Wasser, a divorce lawyer and planned to officially end her marriage with the rapper.
When it comes to parenting, Kim who`s used to “balancing family and work” will not likely be affected by the change (living separately with Kanye).
“They have a different vision of the world and how their kids should be raised,” a source. “Kim will always support Kanye and his causes and encourage him with their kids, but her future with work, family and life, in general, is strictly up to her. She makes it happen.”
“Kim will continue with her projects and so will Kanye,” the source adds. “What they want in life and for their kids doesn’t always match.”