While she's long since moved on, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are still technically married, and their divorce proceedings are likely to be contentious.
The former couple is scheduled to have their depositions taken in their ongoing divorce proceedings at the end of June, with plenty of unresolved matters.
How can this be, considering that they did have a prenup and have now been apart much longer than they were even married? Depends who you ask.
Kim's camp insists Kris is dragging this out to keep his name in the news (unlikely) and hoping to secure the best possible settlement (slightly less unlikely).
Humphries' lawyer plans on asking Kim about her decision to keep her engagement ring, the $325,000 Ferrari wedding gift they got, and much more.
Kardashian filed for divorce after only 72 days of marriage, which Kris says was based on fraud and deceit ... never a bad assumption with Kim really.
Whatever his motivation, the two are approaching this quite differently."Kim is just livid that she has to be deposed. She's tried to get out of it, but there is no way she can," a source says. "Kris is ready for his deposition and wants the truth to come out about what really happened when they were dating and after the wedding."
At least Kim can distract herself by moving in with Kanye West.
Kim's deposition will take place at her lawyer Laura Wasser's office at the end of June and Kris' attorney Lee Hutton will do the majority of the questioning.
Kris' deposition will take place in Minnesota, where he resides, later this month as well. Wasser will fly in for that, though Kim almost certainly will not.