A Los Angeles county judge has signed legal documents, making Kris and Bruce Jenner's divorce finalized, E! News has confirmed, but they won't be officially divorced until March 23, 2015, due to the six-month legal requirement.
The couple had not signed a prenuptial agreement when they married, but Kris will keep the family home while the pair divides various bank account and other assets, according to the documents obtained by E! News. Neither will receive spousal support from the divorce agreement, but Kris will have pay Bruce $2.5 million as an Equalization payment.
The pair's furniture, artwork, wedding gifts and appliances had already been divided by them, and both will keep their allotted goods. In terms of business practices and intellectual property, both Kris and Bruce will keep work that had been created by them and resides in their names.
The duo had several cars, but Kris will be keeping her 2012 Rolls Royce Ghost, her 2014 Bentley and her 2014 Land Rover while Bruce will hold onto his 2011 Porsche 97 Coupe, his 2013 Cadillac Escalade and his 2007 Harley Davidson motorcycle.
Because the pair is always on the go, they both have accrued airline miles and credit card points over the years, but both will keep the rewards they earned on their own names.
Kylie Jenner is only 17-years-old so both parents will share joint and legal physical custody of their youngest daughter, but neither will have to pay child support.
Kris filed for divorce in September citing irreconcilable differences, but listed the date of separation as early as June 1, 2013, but the still-friendly pair previously told E! News that he and Kris would continue to remain a family unit.
"But we will always have much love and respect for each other," they said. "Even though we are separated, we will always remain best friends and, as always, our family will remain our number one priority."
Best of luck to the both of them!