What one source touted as a potentially explosive and ugly divorce battle, ended fairly amicably.
Radar Online had reported that Rossdale was looking for a significant portion of Gwen Stafani’s fortune in the divorce proceedings and was prepared to go to court if he didn’t get what he wanted. Given the fact there was no prenuptial agreement, that could have spelled disaster for the No Doubt front women.
It also turned out to be totally false.
Even thoughn California’s community property laws states each party gets half of the combined assets, Rossdale took significantly less, according to TMZ. The site says Rossdale agreed to the smaller percentage all in an effort to quickly resolve the divorce.