Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale reach cordial divorce settlement

It is an amicable divorce without acrimony or lot of bad blood. It is the most welcome aspect of the unfortunate collapse of Gwen Stefani’s marriage to rocker Gavin Rossdale. The former couple has reached an amicable divorce settlement, and Rossdale does not want half the assets of his ex.

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale released a joint statement which said that both of them have come to a mutual understanding to end their marriage but will be responsible parents and remain committed to raising  their three sons, to become responsible citizens.

It has been reported that Stefani  ended her marriage to Gavin Rossdale because she believed that Gavin was unfaithful. Sources claim that Gwen was unhappy about Gavin’s frequent touring with his band Bush.

Gwen put pressure on Gavin to scale down his tours and stay more at home. However, Gavin accused her of being hypocritical and said that she also toured equally for her shows.

The two stars had not signed a pre nuptial agreement when they married on September 14, 2002.As per California Law both of them are entitled to 50% of their common property.

Gwen is said to own around $80 million while Gavin is poorer at $35 million. The couple owns houses in Primrose Hill in London as well as Los Angeles.

Gwen is represented by attorney Scott Weston while Gavin is represented by Laura Wasser. As per the divorce papers filed, the two couples is separating because of to irreconcilable differences and that Gwen has opted not to pay spousal support

The couples were spotted separately, on July 28 – Gavin was seen at LAX while Gwen was seen running errands in Sherman Oaks with the couple’s three children. The couple was still sporting their marriage rings.

The pair has been married for 13 years and has three sons; Kingston aged nine, Zuma, six and Appollo, who is only 17 months old.



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