Divorce Judge Decides Kelly Clarkson’s Montana Ranch Owns Her
Kelly Clarkson is set to move on from her contentious divorce from Brandon Blackstock. According to a new report, the pop superstar and TV personality won a legal victory when the couple’s pending divorce judge ruled that the Montana ranch they bought during their marriage belonged solely to Clarkson, and not in Blackstock.
As TMZ reported on Friday October 1, Blackstock had argued that the ranch was matrimonial property jointly owned by them, but a judge ruled differently, making a new ruling that the ranch is part of the couple’s prenuptial agreement. . This agreement states that whatever each party acquired during the marriage belongs solely to that person, and in this case the judge ruled that Clarkson is the sole owner of the ranch because she paid for it and is the sole owner. incumbent.
This is bad news for Blackstock, as he has been living at the Montana ranch since Clarkson filed for divorce in June 2020. The former top showbiz talent manager has decided to make a complete career change by becoming a breeder on time. full, and he had first fought to have the marriage contract invalidated. A judge confirmed the marriage contract in August.
Clarkson would like to sell the Montana ranch, and the new decision brings her closer to that, although Blackstock continues to live there. A source told TMZ that she considers her ex-husband a “squatter” and is considering legal action to have him evicted from the property.
The new ruling is the latest in a string of recent divorce rulings, which is fast approaching completion after dragging on for more than a year. On September 24, news broke that a judge had declared the two parties legally single in August 2021. The decision followed a legal request made by Clarkson to the court in July asking to be declared legally single in the middle of her death. divorce, and she also requested that the court restore her legal name.
Blackstock and Clarkson married in October 2013. They have two children together, River Rose and Remington Alexander. A judge granted Clarkson temporary custody of the two children in November 2020.
In July 2021, a judge ordered Clarkson to pay Blackstock $ 150,000 in spousal support and $ 45,601 in child support each month as part of a temporary arrangement until a final settlement. divorce is established. Documents revealed on September 24 indicate that the couple’s “conjugal or domestic partnership status” will legally end on January 7, 2022.
Clarkson recently left the marriage on several fronts. The couple’s 20,000-square-foot former Tennessee mansion sold on June 17, and Clarkson recently sold their former California mansion for just over $ 8 million. In July, she also bought a stunning new luxury home in an upscale neighborhood of Los Angeles, where she lives as she focuses on her TV work on the Kelly Clarkson Show, as well as his role as coach on The voice.
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