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Speaking for Kim Kardashian, her divorce attorney shared that the star wants to move on with her life, but is unable to do so because her divorce case is not yet ready for trial.
Kardashian’s and NBA player Kris Humphries’s attorneys were told by the Superior Court Judge Stephen Moloney to return to court in mid-February so a trial date can be set to either dissolve or annul the infamous 72-day marriage. He indicated that if all depositions and pre-trial investigations were completed by February 15, a trial could be held early in the year.
Humphries, a power forward for the Brooklyn Nets, is pursuing an annulment based on fraud, but is awaiting documents from companies that handle Kardashian’s reality shows.
Kardashian prefers a traditional divorce. Her attorney, Laura Wasser, has cited the short duration of the marriage and the prenuptial agreement as reasons for a quick resolution.
Wasser claimed that, “there’s a fishing expedition going on here,” about Humphries and his attorney’s case.
Humphries’ attorney Marshall Waller shared that he needed documents from E! Entertainment and NBC Universal before making any final decision about the case.
The divorce was filed over a year ago by Kardashian, citing irreconcilable differences, only weeks after the couple’s television wedding. Quickly following, Humphries filed for an annulment, claiming a fraud-based marriage, but he has not yet shared evidence for his claim.
Wasser said that Kardashian’s boyfriend, Kanye West, and her mother, Kris Jenner, have been deposed in the case. Kardashian, however, has not yet been deposed in the case.
Kim Kardashian is the star of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” on E! Entertaintment, which is the network’s top rated show. It averaged over 3 million viewers in its sixth season.
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