Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Divorce News: Gwen Stefani & Gavin Rossdale Finalize DivorceCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Divorce News: Gwen Stefani & Gavin Rossdale Finalize Divorce

By Brooke Crawford

In latest celebrity news, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale are officially divorced after nearly 13 years of marriage. According to, Gwen Stefani filed for a celebrity divorce last August. This celebrity divorce is proof that it is possible to be amicable during this tough time. The two are maintaining individual assets and regardless of the prenuptial signed, Rossdale has agreed to a lesser sum of earned assets.

This celebrity divorce is finally in the books. What are some ways to compromise during a divorce?

Cupid’s Advice:

Divorce can end up being a very traumatic experience if both people are not able to handle the situation accordingly. Cupid has some advice to help with the navigating through:

1. Respect emotions: In order to make a divorce amicable, both people need to ensure that there is mutual respect. Make sure that each of you are on the same page with regard to divorce terms. Understand that emotions are high during this hard time, and respect each person’s right to feel accordingly. This will ensure that compromising goes over a lot smoother.

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2. Shared time with family: Divorce is already difficult enough without making it tough for the rest of family. Make sure to share the time with family during holidays. Stay cordial enough to be able to attend holidays and special occasions.

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3. Shared assets: When divorce occurs, there are many assets that need to be evenly distributed. Find a way to split all the assets down the middle in a way that pleases both parties. If some things can’t be split evenly, sell it or agree to maintain ownership amicably.

Divorce is a long process even after the paperwork is over. What are some of your tips on how you have handled your divorce? Share your parenting advice below!