Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale have reached an agreement in their divorce settlement, and the details may surprise some.
Fans speculated whether Rossdale would take his wife to the cleaners since the two never signed a prenuptial agreement (ah, romance!) and she's worth a hellulva lot more than he is.
According to California law, Rossdale is legally entitled to half of the assets the couple earned during their 13-year marriage.
However, a source tells People that the Bush front man is settling for less and allowing Gwen to take the majority of their property.
The two will share 50-50 joint custody of their three sons, Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 2. Rossdale is not seeking child support.
Rossdale's guilt may have played a role in the settlement.
Rossdale would've gone from major douche to King Douche if he tried to cash in after pulling such a deplorable (if not classically trite) move.
Stefani, on the other hand, seems to be on top of the world these days.
She scored her first number one album last month with "This Is What the Truth Feels Like," part of which she wrote while going through the breakup.
And you may have heard about her little dalliance with country star and fellow The Voice coach Blake Shelton.
Engagement rumors surround this couple every other week, and now that Gwen's nearly a free woman, perhaps the two will make it official for real.