Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom agree on divorce terms
Khloe first filed to dissolve her marriage to Lamar in December 2013.
CALIFORNIA - Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have reportedly reached an agreement in their divorce.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star first filed to dissolve her marriage to the basketball star in December 2013 but put proceedings on hold last year after the 36-year-old sportsman suffered near-fatal overdose in October 2016.
But she refiled for divorce earlier this year and now, according to TMZ, Khloe and Lamar are said to have reached a property settlement and filed legal documents on Friday, meaning they just need a judge to sign off on the paperwork to make their split official.
However, under Californian law the divorce won't be finalised until December as it takes six months from the time of filing for the paperwork to be officially signed off.
It was recently revealed Lamar is "completely out" of Khloe's life, almost a year after she nursed him back to health following his collapse.
A source said: "Lamar is out of her life completely. No animosity there - she still cares about him, she still wants him to be safe, but it's over."
Khloe, 32, recently started dating 25-year-old basketball player Tristan Thompson and could not be happier.
An insider said: "They're taking it slow, day by day, but are having so much fun together. It's still the honeymoon stages and they both have a huge crush on each other.
"He's the nicest, sweetest guy, He comes from a very strong family and has a tight circle of close friends. He really isn't into the 'celeb scene' and does his own thing. He's close friends with [his Cleveland Cavaliers teammate] LeBron [James] and a couple of his teammates.
"She's very happy but taking it slow and not rushing into anything."
Meanwhile, Khloe's mother Kris Jenner recently gave Tristan the seal of approval and gushed that he and Khloe are "really cute" together.
She said: "They are really cute. You know, she's having a good time. He seems like a really nice guy."
When asked what makes them work, Kris replied: "I don't know! I think just with any relationship, just in life, I think it's about chemistry and about values. You know, about how two people get along, so...you know how that goes!"