August 20, 2011: After just a 90-day engagement, the couple tie the knot in an over-the-top affair at an estate in Montecito, California.The star-studded event was filmed for a two-part, four-hour reality TV special on E! October 9 and 10, 2011: "Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event" airs and it's a ratings hit, drawing 4.4 million viewers the first night and 4 million the second.They are granted a dissolution of marriage — not an annulment — due to "irreconcilable differences." The court must sign off on the judgment by June 19. Humphries, who was reportedly seeking million from his now ex-wife, will receive no money and each party will pay their own attorney's fees, according to TMZ.The site also reports that Kardashian's legal team asked the judge to drop any potential penalties Humphries was going to receive for being a no-show in court on April 12. Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are no doubt breathing sighs of relief today — they are finally free of one another after reaching a settlement in their long and contentious divorce battle.Perhaps the most notable thing about their drawn-out divorce — which was settled Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court — was that it lasted seven times longer than their 72-day marriage."I don’t want to use the word 'uncooperative,' but they are not making the process easier," Humphries' attorney, Marshall Waller, told the judge.
Humphries issues his own statement, saying, “I love my wife and am devastated to learn she filed for divorce.May 4, 2012: In court to hash out the divorce settlement, Kardashian's lawyer Laura Wasser tells the judge that Humphries is stalling the proceedings, which should be quick and easy because the couple — who is not there — has a prenup."I feel that [Humphries'] personal feelings and maybe some media drive is keeping this case alive," Wasser says.February 8, 2013: Kardashian's lawyer fires back in a 217-page response.Humphries "cannot continue to hold the Court and [Kardashian] hostage through his own lack of diligence in preparing his case for trial," Wasser writes.August 15, 2012: Lawyers for the couple face off in court again.