Ex-couple Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale could be 50 percent poorer now after they reached a divorce settlement dividing all their assets into two.
It was learned that with the absence of a pre-nuptial agreement, the 50–year-old musician and ex-husband of the 46-year-old former No Doubt singer is reportedly entitled to half of the assets they incurred, as well as the income they earned during their 13 years of marriage, People revealed.
It was noted, though, that with the rockstar agreeing to an “unequal split,” it appeared that the lady love of Blake Shelton would be getting more.
According to the news site’s source, Gwen Stefani will also enjoy 50-50 joint custody of their three children (nine-year-old Kingston, seven-year-old Zuma and two-year-old Apollo).
It was disclosed as well that based on the settlement, which was filed in California court for the approval of a judge, Gavin Rossdale did not ask “The Voice” coach for child support.
While the “Don’t Speak” singer’s hands have been full with her commitments in the singing reality show and her tours, her former husband was last reported to be busy with his new album, “Bush.”
“He’s doing great,” an insider told People in March. “When he’s not making music, he’s with the kids.”
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, who were boyfriend-girlfriend for seven years before tying the knot 13 years ago, announced their break-up in August after reports alleged that he cheated on his wife with their nanny.
In the meantime, Us Weekly reported that Blake Shelton, who got divorced from fellow country music star Miranda Lambert last year, could be tying the knot with the mother of three anytime soon.
“Blake could propose to Gwen very soon,” a source close to the 39-year-old “Bringing Back the Sunshine” singer exclusively told the magazine. “Gwen is everything he wants.”
It can be recalled that the relationship between Gwen Stefani and the Nashville-born country singer got spilled reportedly because their PDA while on the set of “The Voice.”