Blake Shelton & Miranda Lambert Divorce: Who Gets What?

Who's walking away with what in the split between country music's king and queen?

As country music's former king and queen divide up their kingdom following their divorce, ET is looking into who's walking away with what in Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert's split.

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"My understanding is that each of them are getting a house," family law attorney Nancy Chemtob, who represented TV chef Bobby Flay in his divorce to Stephanie March, told ET. "One of them is in charge of removing the animals from the property and everything is pretty much amicable."

"My understanding is they had a prenuptial agreement, and there's no way to know how that would have impacted it, because it's not a public document," Chemtob added.

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The couple has a property in Nashville and a ranch in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Lambert reportedly has seven dogs, four of which stayed in the house regularly.

While the breakup news came as a shock, the couple had been plagued by divorce rumors in the past, as pointed out by ETonline's Sophie Schillaci.

"Back in 2013 the couple mocked a National Enquirer cover that put their net worth at $100 million," Schillaci said, referring to a cover which flaunted the headline "Blake and Miranda $100 Million Divorce!."

Shelton joked about the cover, tweeting at the time, "Who knew you could make so much money just by divorcing?"

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Nowadays their split is no laughing matter, as Blake himself filed for divorce on July 6 in Pottawatomie, Oklahoma.

Lambert and Shelton tied the knot in May 2011 after five years of dating. The split will be the first failed marriage for Lambert and the second for Shelton, who was married to Kaynette Williams from 2003-06.