According to court documents, Musgraves will get the lion's share in terms of assets. When their house eventually goes on the market following the divorce, she will walk away with 84.4% of the sale price. Kelly will get the remainder.
As for the rest of their shared belongings, the couple indicated to the courts that the prenuptial agreement they set up when getting married is still valid – meaning everything else will be divided according to that document.
At the time of their divorce, the couple explained that they tried to make it work, but it simply didn't go according to plan.
"We've made this painful decision together — a healthy decision that comes after a very long period of trying the best we can. It simply just didn't work. Though we are parting ways in marriage, we will remain true friends for the rest of our lives," they said in a joint statement.
The couple was also quick to highlight that they are not blaming anyone for the failure to reconcile.
"We hold no blame, anger, or contempt for each other and we ask for privacy and positive wishes for us both as we learn how to navigate through this," the pair wrote in their announcement.