Brandon Jenner And Leah James Divorce Settled Following Custody And Spousal Agreements
Brandon Jenner and Leah James have reached a divorce settlement. The couple has come to agreeable terms for custody, as well as spousal support and division of their assets.
After 14-years together, the soon to be exes are continuing with their mutual and amicable split. The Blast obtained court documents detailing the divorce settlement.
Leah and Brandon will share joint legal and physical custody of their 4-year-old daughter Eva James. The former couple will split vacations and holidays evenly with their only child.
Caitlyn Jenner's son will pay his ex-wife $2,000 a month in spousal support through the end of 2021. Brandon will also pay Leah $2,000 a month in child support until Eva turns 18-years-old.
The former couple will equally split all the royalties from their Indie pop group, Brandon & Leah. They have also divided up their rare coin collection and various cars. Brandon will keep the house and pay Leah, whose father is Eagles guitarist Don Felder, a designated amount of cash to stay in the house.
Brandon and Leah shocked fans by announcing they were getting a divorce last summer. They released a joint statement saying they were still the best of friends and of course little Eva as their number one priority.
"We still love one another very, very much and remain a major part of each other's lives as best friends, family, and loving parents to our daughter. There has been no lying or cheating or fighting that prompted this change," they both said in separate social media posts.
Despite getting a divorce and Brandon moving on with girlfriend Cayley Stoker, the exes often come together for family celebrations. Leah joined the Jenner family for Christmas this past year.
Leah James and Brandon Jenner are ready to finalize their divorce. A little over one year after announcing they were ending their marriage, the former couple is about to make it official.
They have hammered out all the details, and the papers have been filed. However, according to a People magazine source, the exes have been living a life apart for a long time.
All the legal details are merely just that, legal details to legally end the marriage. It is all a formality to protect them both legally. Personally, and professionally they have both been moving forwards since well before announcing the divorce.