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If you are sick of "Keeping up"...

You are probably sick and tired of constant Kim K. reports. But, now, it all may be coming to an end. After a year or so of constant legal battles, her dissolution may be one step away from official. It has been a long road for only a 72-day marriage.

Finally, Kim Kardashian will soon be divorced from Kris Humphries. This is especially good news for the reality star, who is expecting a child with Kanye West.

In the matter, sources report that the NBA forward will get nothing from Kardashian. Though, Humphries was seeking $7 million in the spilt. He was fighting for an annulment and attorneys fees in the case, too. Nevertheless, he will get nothing other than a simple divorce.

Once the papers are processed, it will all be over. The couple had originally opted for trial, but that will probably not be the case in light of this pending resolution.

The only good news in Humphries' future is the potential for a good basketball season. The player is making headway among the playoffs.

Despite making light of celebrities' situations, divorce is hard for everyone. There are so many pieces involved in the process - child support, spousal support, property division, child custody and child visitation. These are just a few of the big-name topics.

If your marriage is ending, you may benefit from the assistance of a trained family law attorney. A skilled lawyer can help you with the transition into your new life. To learn more, contact an attorney in your area.

Source: Los Angeles Times, "Kris Humphries the big loser in divorce case with Kim Kardashian," Dan Loumena, April 22, 2012

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