Although the divorce trial is still set on May 6, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries were asked to attend a mandatory hearing before their divorce case proceeds to trial.
Both parties had been ordered to appear for the hearing when a judge finally set the date for their divorce trial.
And According to E! News: “Meanwhile, a hearing on whether to sanction Kris Humphries' for his no-show act has been set for April 19 and a motion-to-compel hearing related to the discovery process is set for May 2.”
“Kris Humphries claimed that there was purportedly a delay or cancellation of sorts with his scheduled flight to Los Angeles, hence the no-show.”
“Certified Family Law Specialist Lynn Soodik, who is not involved in the case, tells E! that if Kris Humprhies did not get the permission of the court to appear telephonically, then he could be in contempt of court for not obeying the court's direct order to appear.”