Kanye West’s lawyer has withdrawn from the divorce case

We blame the future … just kidding!

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After losing her marriage to Kim Kardashian and her friendship with Kid Cudy, Kanye West is now losing his divorce attorney, Samatha Specter, who is the fourth lawyer to step down from representing the West in a divorce from Kim Kardashian.

According to a report in The Blast, Specter has submitted documents to withdraw from the case.

Samantha Specter withdraws from Kim Kardashian’s divorce from representing Kanye West

In the filing, Specter said the reason for his departure was described as an unresolved breach in the attorney-client relationship. For now, her former responsibilities will be handled by another lawyer in the West – but the person listed in the document is a Pennsylvania state attorney who does not conduct regular divorce.

Considering Kim herself is on her way to becoming an attorney and has her top representation in the form of Laura Wasser, is this a huge L for the ears?

Specter recently represented Nicole Young in her divorce from Dr. Dray. He began representing Kanye in March after dismissing Chris Melcher, their relationship was “extremely difficult, with little communication,” according to a Page Six report.

Kim Kardashian filed for divorce in February 2021

Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from the West in February 2021 after seven years of marriage. The famous couple has four children; North, 8, St., 6, Chicago, 4, and Sam, 3. The separation of Kardashian from the West is part of the story told during the premiere season of HULU’s hit documentary “The Kardashians”. As we reported earlier, in this week’s episode, Kim Kardashian apologized to her family for the West’s behavior.

“All I can do is control how I react to something,” Kardashian told her family about the Cannes social media post and the mention of music. “I can’t control how he treats me or, you know, how he always treats you.”

Who do you think will come forward to represent the next West in divorce? How long do you think it will last before the split is final?

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