• Kim Kardashian recently filed paperwork requesting to be declared legally single amid her divorce from Kanye West
  • West isn't giving up on his marriage "without a fight" and will continue to try to win her back, a report says
  • Kardashian stated in court documents that she believes her marriage to West can no longer be repaired

Kanye West is not giving up without a fight when it comes to his marriage to Kim Kardashian despite her making it clear that she is more than ready to move on, according to a report.

Last week, Kardashian, 41, filed paperwork requesting to be declared legally single as she and West, 44 — who now goes by Ye — continue to hash out child custody and property matters in their ongoing divorce.

However, an unnamed source close to the Yeezy founder told People that Kardashian's filing won't stop him from trying to win her back.

According to the insider, family and marriage are "important" to West, and the rapper is a "family man at heart [whose] love and commitment" to his ex and kids "will never change."

"He's not giving up without a fight. Kim is the mother of his children and he's not going to just let that go," the source said. "No matter if they're husband and wife, they'll always support each other. Her recent filing or any filing for that matter doesn't mean he's going to stop fighting to win her back."

Kardashian and West split early this year. The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" alum filed for divorce in February after nearly seven years of marriage and four children — North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2.

The Skims founder filed court documents Friday requesting she be declared legally single. Kardashian also requested that her maiden name be restored.

In the court documents obtained by E! News, Kardashian stated that no counseling or reconciliation efforts will be able to repair her marriage to her estranged husband.

"Irreconcilable differences have led to the irremediable breakdown of the marriage, and there is no possibility of saving the marriage through counseling or other means," Kardashian’s filing said. "The continued maintenance of technical marital status between [Kim] and [Ye] serves no useful purpose, and there is no reason to maintain the legal relationship."

Kardashian said in the documents that her ex and his lawyers have "been non-responsive" to her attempts to "move this case forward to a speedy and amicable resolution." She also told the court that she will agree to "any conditions" necessary to become legally single.

Her filing came after West's multiple public pleas to reconcile with Kardashian. The Grammy-winning rapper previously claimed on Revolt's "Drink Champs" in November that she was still his wife and that he hasn't received the divorce paperwork.

West also dedicated his song "Runaway" to Kardashian during his Free Larry Hoover concert Thursday in Los Angeles. The reality TV star attended the show along with their two oldest children, her sister Kendall Jenner and mom Kris Jenner.

After singing the lyrics, "I need you to run right back to me, baby," West added, "more specifically, Kimberly."

Kardashian is currently dating "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson, 28. They have been spotted spending time together since she made her hosting debut on the comedy sketch show in October.

Meanwhile, West is reportedly dating 22-year-old model Vinetria.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, who married in a lavish ceremony in Italy in May 2014, have been dogged for months by reports in the gossip press that their marriage was on the rocks
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, who married in a lavish ceremony in Italy in May 2014, have been dogged for months by reports in the gossip press that their marriage was on the rocks AFP / Jean-Baptiste Lacroix