This week, sources say that divorce decisions between singer Christina Aguilera and her music producer husband, Jordan Bratman, have come to an end. Some sources say that the couple’s 5-year marriage officially came to an end. However, because their divorce papers were not initially filed in a court, the divorce will not become official until six months after the papers were completed on April 15, 2011.
Aguilera and Bratman are said to have come to decisions on child custody, child support, alimony and property divison without attending court. Divorce papers show that the two decided to share joint-custody of their 3-year old son Max. The two were also able to come to an agreement concerning their finances, such as assets, debt and property, but the details on the decision were not released.
Sources say that the couple remained living together and caring for their son until this week.
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