In a divorce settlement, Kanye West was mandated to pay Kim Kardashian $200,000 (£167,000) each month in child support.
The four kids of the former rapper and reality TV star will have joint custody.
After eight years of marriage to West, who has since changed his name to Ye legally, Kardashian filed for divorce in 2021.
It happens after a number of businesses severed connections with Ye due to scandals, including antisemitic remarks.
In March, both individuals were deemed to be legally single; Kardashian also dropped the “West” from her last name.
In court filings submitted on Tuesday, issues regarding the split of their property and child custody were resolved.
The documents indicate that the two parties should consult one another before making significant choices about the welfare of their children.
The cost of the kids’ tuition, school, and security will all be split.
Ye is also required to pay $200,000 each month in child support, according to the New York Post, because the kids will live with Kardashian most of the time.
North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3, are the couple’s kids.
Kardashian, 42, had previously stated in a number of interviews that she “very much” wanted the marriage to terminate, adding that this would “allow Kanye to realize” that the couple was no longer together.
Ye, 45, had previously resisted the division.
Due to recent controversies, he was dropped by a number of companies, including Adidas, Gap, and Balenciaga.
The rapper drew significant ire earlier this year when he showed up to Paris Fashion Week sporting a t-shirt with the message “White Lives Matter,” which is frequently used by white nationalists.
He then made the stereotypical antisemitic assertion that his detractors were being funded by a hidden Jewish cabal.
Ye declared his ambition to run for president of the United States in 2024 earlier this week.
He attempted to run in 2020 but only received 70,000 votes.