Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale’s Divorce Might End in a Happily Ever After

Very mature, adult things happening here.

As it turns out, Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani did not sign a pre-nuptial agreement before tying the knot back in 2002, which entitles each spouse to 50% of everything acquired during the marriage under California state law. TMZ reports that the couple has come to a settlement that pushes the majority of their property in the favor of Stefani when considering her substantial concert and record sale earnings.

The report also claims that Stefani and Rossdale agreed to a 50/50 joint custody arrangement, though Rossdale will have more time with the children due to her touring schedule and/or proposals from Blake Shelton. Rossdale has not filed for child support either, which Stefani would have been entitled to pay given her comparable financial stability. The judge just has to sign off on the paperwork,and then all parties will ride off into the sunset.