Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's weekend wedding reportedly wasn't legally binding.

Lawyers for the Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami star and the Los Angeles Lakers player are currently in the process of negotiating a prenuptial agreement and the couple won't legally be wed until after it is signed, TMZ reported Tuesday.

While Kardashian and Odom exchanged vows on Sunday night at a private Beverly Hills estate, TMZ reported prenuptial negotiations began last Friday -- with lawyer Neal Hersh representing Odom and Lisa Meyer representing Kardashian.

The negotiations are already "contentious," TMZ reported.

The 25-year-old reality starlet and 29-year-old NBA star began dating about a month ago and reportedly wanted to wed before Odom's NBA season starts on October 7.  Kardashian subsequently confirmed the wedding plans last week.

However TMZ reported on Saturday that the speedy ceremony was also motivated by the fact that E!'s Keeping Up with the Kardashians' producers would pay the event's alleged $1 million bill -- but only if it was shot by Sunday.

Footage from the wedding will air during the E! reality show's November 8 broadcast, People reported.

Odom reportedly initially attempted to dodge questions about the wedding during the Lakers' Tuesday media day but eventually commented briefly after being asked repeatedly.

"It's crazy how perception works in America when you're looking at things from the outside," Odom told reporters, according to The Los Angeles Times. "'It [the wedding] might be off, it might be on.' But anybody that was there will tell you that it was a beautiful event and it was real."