Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s divorce seemed to come out of the blue for some fans, but the estranged couple were financially prepared when they decided to go their separate ways. They signed an “ironclad” prenup before they even walked down the aisle, which was a smart financial move since they both had significant careers before their wedding.
The details of their prenuptial agreement were revealed by The Blast, which pointed out that they were both represented by high-profile Hollywood lawyers who made sure they took care of their assets. The 34-year-old musician will keep all of his music royalties from his two bands, the Jonas Brothers and DNCE, while the 27-year-old actress will get to keep her Game of Thrones money and the remainder in her bank account. This seems like a good deal for both of them.
Jonas and Turner also retain ownership of “their image and likeness and the companies associated with their image,” which is an important issue in the age of AI. They can keep their homes if the deed was in their name before marriage, but any shared properties will be put on the market. That could be why the couple has already sold their $15 million waterfront mansion in Miami. They liquidated their assets and divided the proceeds before filing.
The only sticking point will likely be custody and support for their two daughters. These complicated factors will be left to a judge to decide, particularly as Turner has expressed her desire to return to England. However, the former couple is already showing a united stance with their amicable public statement, so they may be hoping to keep their children in focus and avoid long-term conflict by keeping the peace.
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