Bruce and Kris ended their 23 year marriage by signing a lengthy divorce settlement on December 16th. But TMZ reported that it will be six more months before a judge signs off on the divorce because of a six-month legal agreement.
Of course, because they are famous and wealthy, everyone wants to know: Who gets what?
It appears as though they tried to split the assets as evenly as possible since Kris was ordered to a $2.5 million equalization payment, according to TMZ.
This is breakdown of how their assets are going to be split via TMZ:
Cars: Kris gets to keep her 2012 Rolls Royce Ghost, her 2014 Bentley and her 2014 Land Rover. Bruce gets his 2011 Porsche 97 Coupe, his 2013 Cadillac Escalade and his 2007 Harley Davidson.
Houses: Kris gets the family home. No word what home Bruce gets to keep.
All of their assets which include bank accounts, furniture, and artwork will be divided equally among them. They will also get to keep their own airline miles they’ve accumulated from their many travels.
They will each keep the business interests listed in their names.
They will share joint custody of Kylie Jenner since she is only 17.
This has to be one of the most amicable Hollywood divorces of the past few years. Unlike many couples, Kris and Bruce, despite their love of the limelight, managed to keep the drama between them from spilling out and onto the front pages of the tabloids. They got press, it just wasn’t a bunch he said/she said back and forth. Kudos for that guys!
Kris and Bruce’s divorce shows that with the will, and the right divorce attorney, your can peaceably settle your disputes with your estranged spouse and settle your divorce with as little conflict as possible. This may seem impossible at times, but it isn’t if your and your estranged spouse are willing to work together.
Kris did speak up about her divorce in November, telling ABC that her first divorce from Robert Kardashian, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe’s father, helped her get through her divorce with Bruce. She said her first divorce was “scary” and “ugly,” but it taught her some things.
“It was a really good learning experience for me, because I learned how to deal with something, if it ever came up again and now we are going through it,” Jenner told ABC.
Whether you are a celebrity or just a normal person whose marriage is no longer working, you can benefit from having the assistance of a divorce attorney. All couples, celebrity or not, have the same issues of child support and asset division they must resolve. While, in terms of assets, your divorce will be quite different from most celebrities, everyone regardless of their status needs the sound advice of an attorney well-versed in divorce and family law.