Stefani and Rossdale who share three sons together – Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7 this month, and Apollo, 17 months – told PEOPLE in a statement that they “are committed to jointly raising our three sons in a happy and healthy environment.”
A source close to the No Doubt singer told PEOPLE, “Their priority is making sure they maintain a safe and secure home for their children regardless of what’s happening.”
While multiple sources report that Stefani, 45, and Rossdale, 49, are seeking joint custody, the division of the couple’s assets remain to be split. The pair reportedly does not have a prenup, which means California law will come into play in the divorce proceedings. Under California’s Family Code, assets of divorcing spouses are divided equally.
Stefani is estimated to be worth $100 million dollars with a combination of earnings from her music, judging on The Voice, as well as her L.A.M.B. clothing line and her company, Harajuku Lovers. Meanwhile Bush frontman Rossdale is presumed to be worth $35 million.
Despite the fact that Stefani has reportedly denied Rossdale spousal support, a source says the couple’s split is “an amicable parting.”
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