Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams' Divorce Finalized: Who Gets What?

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Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams have officially ended their six-year marriage.

According to court documents obtained by ET, the exes' divorce was made final on June 20. Moore and Adams announced their split back in January 2015, but previously couldn't come to an agreement on a number of issues, including caring for their eight pets and Moore's request for $37,000 a month in spousal support.

According to the new documents, neither Moore, 32, nor Adams, 41, will be receiving spousal support. As for their shared property, Moore gets to keep their Griffith Park home, their Beverly Hills condo and also their 2012 Prius. For his part, Adams is keeping his comic book collection, various arcade and pinball machine games, a 2008 Porsche Carrera and a 1959 Cadillac. He will also be paying Moore $425,000 in cash.

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When it comes to their music, both retain their respective publishing rights.

Moore and Adams married in March 2009 in Savannah, Georgia, after dating for a year. It was the first marriage for both.

"Ryan Adams and Mandy Moore have mutually decided to end their marriage of almost 6 years," the couple's reps said in a joint statement to ET last January. "It is a respectful, amicable parting of ways."

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Last September, Adams unveiled his surprising full-length cover album of Taylor Swift's 1989, which Swift herself approved. Although he didn't mention Moore's name, the singer-songwriter acknowledged he channeled his heartbreak into the album in an interview with Beats 1 radio host Zane Lowe that same month.

"This idea had existed since sometime around my birthday last year," Adams explained. "I was going through a difficult time in my life and by the time Christmas was rolling around, it was the first real time I was gonna be back in Los Angeles during the holidays, basically alone, on my own."

"I was totally bummed out," he added.

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