According to documents obtained by ET, the 46-year-old "Misery" singer and Rossdale will split the profits made from the sale of their home in Beverly Hills, California. (Stefani will still have 100% control of their other two Los Angeles-based homes and she has given up her rights to their properties in London).
Since purchasing the home, which was previously owned by Jennifer Lopez, in 2006, Stefani made significant upgrades, including an entire new wing and a guest house, ET has learned. Selling the house also means she will have to uproot their three children together -- Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 2 -- whom the two will now share joint physical and legal custody of. Neither has been given child support or spousal support.
In happier news for Stefani, the documents also reveal that she isn't required to hand over a chunk of her money to Rossdale, despite the fact that there was no pre-nuptial agreement.
Though the Bush frontman, 50, was entitled under California law to a 50 percent stake of all the money Stefani earned and assets she accumulated while the two were married -- he has a reported net worth of $35 million, while Stefani is reportedly worth $120 million -- he allowed Stefani to keep what she had acquired on her own.
Stefani owns "any and all rights in and to all creative works," as well as any rights that involve her name, persona or branding. This, of course, includes her profits from No Doubt, and her successful L.A.M.B. and Harajuku Lovers fashion lines. Rossdale will keep his share of all money earned with Bush.
Now that her divorce is finalized, she is free to say "I do" to someone new. She's currently dating country crooner Blake Shelton, who she says "saved" her after her heartbreaking split from Rossdale in August.