ET can confirm that a judge signed legal documents Tuesday, December 16, finalizing Kris and Bruce's divorce
. However, the two won't be officially divorced until March 23, 2015, due to the six-month legal requirement.
Kris and Bruce didn't sign a prenuptial agreement prior to getting married in 1991, and, according to the documents, neither will receive spousal support. Kris will keep the family home, though she'll have to pay Bruce an Equalization payment of $2.5 million. Their furniture, artwork, and appliances have already been divided amongst themselves.
Neither will pay child support for 17-year-old Kylie Jenner, and both will share joint and legal custody of their youngest daughter.
According to the documents, the two have officially been separated since June 1, 2013, though Kris only officially announced her separation last October.
"We are living apart," she told Us Weekly
. "But there is no animosity. We are united and committed to our family. We are happier this way."
"I don't know what he's going through right now," she said about his changing appearance. "I think he's just very happy and I think every time he makes a change in his life -- whether it's emotional or physical or whatever he's doing -- somebody's going to comment on whatever look you have going on for the day."