"Kim's deposition is now scheduled,” a source tells the site. “It will take place in the next two weeks at her lawyer Laura Wasser's office. It's scheduled to take all day, and Kim has been dreading it."
Kim's deposition will be recorded and used as evidence in her upcoming divorce trial against Kris, who is continuing to contest their divorce and wants an annulment on the basis of fraud.
A producer of Keeping Up With The Kardashians has already admitted that a few scenes were either faked, edited, or staged in his recent deposition — including Kris' televised marriage proposal.
The Brooklyn Nets player's legal team was previously said to be keeping a close eye on Kim's reality show to gather information to help them question her at her upcoming deposition.
"Kris's lawyers are being meticulous in their preparation of Kim's deposition, and impending divorce trial," an insider revealed.
Kris's attorney Marshall Waller recently applied to be taken off the sportsman's legal team after he advised there was no legal grounds or evidence to support his claims of fraud.