Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are unlikely to argue over their money amid their divorce, as the pair have a “bulletproof prenup.”
The Jonas Brothers star, 34, officially filed for divorce from the Game of Thrones alum, 27, on Tuesday after four years of marriage and two children.
But it seems that due to their ‘ironclad prenuptial agreement’ which they signed ‘weeks before their wedding’, divorce finances should be simple, according to The explosion.
Jonas will keep all of her music royalties, while Turner will keep the money she earned from her acting career.
Both will keep all the assets they acquired before their marriage and will only have to share the profits of their marital home.
Ironclad: Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner Likely Won’t Fight Over Their Money Amid Their Divorce, Because Both Men Have a ‘Footproof Prenup’; Seen in 2022
The couple recently sold their Miami mansion, which they bought last year.
Sophie and Joe will also retain the rights to their image and likeness as well as any “businesses associated with their celebrity status.”
The only unknown for the moment concerns the custody and alimony of the two spouses, concerning their three-year-old daughter Willa, and their one-year-old daughter, whose name they have not revealed, which will be decided by the judge.
The amount of child support will be determined by their monthly salary and who earns the most money.
It can also be renegotiated if either party starts making more money in the future.
Joe has been busy touring with his brothers and bandmates Nick, 30, and Kevin Jonas, 35.
The 2023 Jonas Brothers Tour kicked off on August 15 at TD Garden in Boston and will end on October 14 at the Kaseya Center in Miami.
While Joe is on tour with his band, Sophie has been filming the ITVX drama Joan in the UK since May.
The star changed into vintage looks for her starring role in the drama, which depicts the life of notorious British jewel thief Joan Hannington.
Share only their house: both will keep all the property they acquired before their marriage, and they will only have to share the benefits of their marital home; Pictured 2020
All went well: Jonas will keep all of her music royalties, while Turner will keep the money she earned from her acting career; Pictured 2022
Claim to Fame: Sophie will keep royalties from her appearance on HBO’s fan-favorite series Game of Thrones; Seen in a snap from 2017
Who earns more? The amount of child support will be determined by who earns the most money. Joe has been busy touring with the Jonas Brothers since August; Seen with Nick Jonas on August 24
Fulfilled careers: While Joe has been touring with his band, Sophie has been filming the ITVX drama Joan in the UK since May; Photographed August 13
To be decided: The only unknown at this time is the couple’s custody and child support of their three-year-old daughter Willa and their one-year-old daughter, whose names they did not reveal, which will be decided by the judge. ; Seen in 2022
Jonas officially filed for divorce from Turner after four years of marriage, stating in paperwork that their relationship was “broken irretrievably.”
Joe submitted the paperwork to end his marriage in a Miami Dade County courtroom – hours after it was revealed he had hired a divorce attorney.
And it was Turner’s lifestyle that prompted him to file a lawsuit, according to new reports.
The actress reportedly “likes to party,” which sparked an altercation with the rather homey musician.
“She likes to party; he likes to stay at home. They have very different lifestyles,” a source revealed to TMZ.
Court documents obtained by DailyMail.com reveal Jonas said his marriage to Turner, with whom he has two children, was ‘irretrievably broken’ – and outline the former couple’s plans to share custody of their daughters.
The documents list Willa by her initials, WJ, and allude to their other daughter’s name, naming her as a DJ.
In the petition for dissolution of the marriage, Jonas’ lawyer states: “It is in the best interests of minor children that the parties share parental responsibility. »
Jonas “respectfully requests” in the documents that he and Turner “work out a parenting plan” and a “time-sharing schedule,” with Willa and DJ’s primary residence listed as Miami, Florida, where he and Turner lived.
Party lifestyle: The reason for the separation is said to be due to Sophie’s lifestyle: “She likes to party; he likes to stay at home. They have very different lifestyles,” a source told TMZ.
The documents also state that the parties “entered into a valid and enforceable prenuptial agreement” on April 29, 2019 – days before they were to marry in Las Vegas.
Jonas’ attorney did not include the prenup in the dissolution petition to “protect the privacy rights of both parties.” However, the documents further suggest that he has no intention of seeking child support from Turner, stating, “Both parties have the capacity to support minor children and they should both be held accountable. to contribute to the maintenance of minor children.
Jonas is represented by West Palm Beach-based attorney Thomas J. Sasser in the divorce proceedings, while Turner’s business manager Carrie Malcolm is listed as his primary point of contact in the filings.
Sasser is an in-demand celebrity lawyer who was previously hired to handle Tiger Woods’ high-profile divorce from wife Elin Nordegren in 2010. The Swedish model received a $100 million settlement from the professional golfer.
Sasser, managing partner of the Florida-based law firm Sasser, Cestero & Roy, also represented NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon during his divorce from his wife, model Brooke Sealey, in 2003. He was reportedly hired by Gisele Bundchen during her split from NFL star Tom. Brady last October.
Jonas’ decision to hire Sasser comes after he was photographed on Aug. 11 not wearing his wedding ring.
However, for a performance alongside his brothers in Austin, Texas on September 3, he was firmly back on the finger and Turner was reportedly present at the concert.
Irretrievably Broken: Jonas officially filed for divorce from Turner after four years of marriage, stating in documents that their relationship was “irretrievably broken”; picture 2023
The couple, who started dating in 2016 after being introduced by mutual friends, got engaged a year later, posting their impending nuptials on Instagram with similar captions of “I said yes” and “She said yes”.
Marrying two years after their engagement in two ceremonies — the first, an intimate, private affair in Las Vegas with a second, grander wedding in Paris, Jonas and Turner seemed like a perfectly happy couple.
However, despite the perfect public image the pair projected, issues had been brewing behind the scenes for months, according to TMZ.
Sources told the outlet that the couple had “serious issues” behind the scenes.