Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Have Yet to Reach Financial Settlement 3 Years After Breakup

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan, who finalized their divorce in 2019, are still working toward agreeing on a financial settlement, according to the court document obtained by E! News.

By Ryan Gajewski Apr 30, 2021 5:57 PMTags
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Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are still in the process of finalizing the financial details of their divorce. 

On Friday, April 23, Channing's team asked a judge to set a date for a trial over support, according to the request obtained by E! News. The legal document from his team give an estimate of five days for the length of the proposed trial.

According to the document, the actor has made the request over "issues" pertaining to "dissolution, child support, spousal support, attorney fees, division of some property, and reimbursements and credits."

The couple, who tied the knot in July 2009 and welcomed 7-year-old daughter Everly in 2013, finalized their divorce in November 2019. They first announced their split in April 2018 after eight years of marriage.

Both stars have since moved on from the relationship that began after they met on the set of their film Step Up. For her part, Jenna welcomed son Callum Michael Rebel Kazee with fiancé Steve Kazee on March 6.

Meanwhile, Channing and singer Jessie J seemingly rekindled their on-and-off relationship in April 2020 before she took to Instagram in October to declare herself single.

In January 2020, The Blast reported that Channing and Jenna agreed to joint legal and physical custody of their daughter. At the time, a source confirmed to E! News the story was accurate.

As the former pair stated in their initial split announcement, "We are still a family and will always be loving, dedicated parents to Everly."

Jenna Dewan's Quotes on Motherhood

Earlier this month, the 41-year-old Magic Mike star told Parents that he initially was concerned about his ability to bond with his daughter as a single dad. 

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"I want dads not to be afraid to go into their daughter's world and discover who they are," he shared. "When I became a single father, I had a lot of fear about connecting to Everly in every way that a little girl might want."

Channing added at the time, "I jumped with both feet into this magical world, and I was rewarded with a kind of love that I don't think I would have ever been able to have otherwise."

Channing and Jenna's teams did not respond to E! News' request for comment.