We are devastated to find out about this Joe Jonas And Sophie Turner are officially separating, just four years after the start of their relationship – and also from their two daughters. Always makes a divorce that much harder.
Luckily, it sounds like they won’t have a protracted fight for money. We already knew there was a prenuptial agreement. But according to sources who speak to me The explosion On Tuesday evening the matter is “iron”.
In this case, unlike for example Kevin CostnerAfter the divorce, both Joe and Sophie entered the relationship with their own money — and quite a bit of it. According to the outlet, when they get married, it’s clear that everyone will keep the money they’ve earned. Joe will get his money from Jonas Brothers (as well as DNCE) royalties from songs and tours, and Sophie will keep all her money from it game of Thrones. Sophie has been wise with her money and has an estimated $12 million at her disposal. Joe’s estimated net worth is even more impressive at $50 million! But obviously they both have enough that they don’t have to fight each other over it.
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The couple also “shared” homes in Los Angeles, Miami and the UK – but according to the outlet, each will keep the homes they owned before the union. They only owned one house together – they were supposed to sell it and split the profits. We assume Sophie will return to the UK as she mentioned it for her ‘mental health’ reasons. So if Joe decides to keep the marital home, he can buy her out for her share.
Apparently they both retain the rights to their own trademarks, images and illustrations, all of which celebs are required to include in contracts these days. The whole thing seems pretty easy, except of course… for the kids.
Joe and Sophie have two very young daughters, a 3 year old named Willa and a 1-year-old whose name has not been publicly released. According to the documents obtained from page sixThe couple are planning a “shared parental responsibility” for the girls, with both raising the children and providing for them financially.
Apparently, this will be settled in Miami — a local court will “determine child support in accordance with the Florida Child Support Guidelines, including consideration for health insurance,” the documents say. It’s likely that Joe will have to pay Sophie some alimony as his current monthly income is higher due to constant music licenses. We all now have a good idea of how few actors get years later for streaming residuals…
As mentioned, it seems clear that Sophie is moving back to the UK, which will make shared custody a whole lot more difficult. Hopefully the exes are friendly enough to be parents together, even if they have to do it across the Atlantic. as we understand it parent trap Situations where one sister is growing up in the UK and the other in America are not legitimate family law plans.
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