By Daily Mail
Legal experts spoke to The Sun after the music artist, 45, was a no-show for his November 16 deposition.
‘Avoiding a deposition in litigation is treated seriously by the judge, particularly when it is a repeated offense,’ said Rachel Fiset, managing partner of Zweiback, Fiset & Zalduendo LLP.
West, who legally goes by Ye now, will have another chance to appear in court on November 29 before a two-day trial on December 14.
But if the disgraced designer fails to appear again, Kim, 42, could be a step closer to being granted full custody of North, nine, Saint, six, Chicago, four, and Psalm, three.
“When it comes to the best interests of children, almost anything can be fair game including how a public figure presents in social media. No matter who you are, judges do not tolerate ignoring court orders. Kanye doesn’t seem to be doing himself any favors here.”
Audra Petrolle, family law attorney at Rose Law Group