The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star will reportedly make her split from her husband of six years, Kanye West, official by February 14. Despite trying to make their marriage work for their children's sake, Kardashian now seems ready for the next chapter.
"She will continue to focus on her business empire [and] portraying strength," a source revealed, noting that the mother-of-four has been in individual counseling. "She is at peace with where her life is headed."
The power couple have been at odds for quite some time, and they reportedly quit marriage counseling. "They are just not on the same page when it comes to their future as a family," a source dished. "And Kim is okay with it."
As OK! previously reported, the two have been living separate lives for months now, while their children remain in the dark about their marital mess. "The kids don't know anything about the problems their parents are having," an OK! source dished while another added: "Kanye lives full-time at his ranch in Wyoming and has no plans to return to Los Angeles, where his wife and children call home."
Despite the stress of having to balance her professional life with her personal troubles, Kardashian remains focused on protecting her children from the drama with the "Power" crooner, 43. OK! previously learned that Kardashian, 40, and West's prenup contains nothing about custody over children North, 7, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 19 months, which is consistent with California law.
If Kardashian and West don't want to split 50/50 custody over their kids, then they "will need to prove that it would be detrimental for the children to spend time with the other parent," a source told OK!.
And "while [Kim] thinks Kanye can, most often, be a good dad, he is prone to breakdown moments," another source explained. "Kanye is a sick man and needs help."
Famous family members "Kris [Jenner], Kourtney [Kardashian] and Khloé [Kardashian] are all telling Kim that she needs to petition for full custody or at worst, if Kanye is allowed custody, that it is supervised," the source added.
The recent news of Kardashian's divorce filing was first reported in the February 1 print issue of Us Weekly.