Here Are All the Details of Brandon Jenner and Leah Felder's Divorce Settlement, Including Custody

Here Are All the Details of Brandon Jenner and Leah Felder's Divorce Settlement, Including Custody

The former couple agree on how they'll take care of their 4-year-old daughter, Eva.

By Tamara Palmer
Brandon and Leah

Brandon Jenner and his now ex-wife, Leah Felder, will share joint physical and legal custody of their daughter, Eva, following their divorce, with Jenner paying Felder $2000 per month in spousal support until Dec. 31, 2021, and another $2000 per month child support until their 4-year-old daughter is 18.

Their marriage of six years ended in September when Felder filed for divorce.

"After celebrating fourteen beautiful years together, we have lovingly come to the decision to end the romantic aspect of our relationship," they wrote in twin announcements on social media. "We are deeply proud of the life we’ve cultivated together and are truly grateful for the bond of friendship we hold and cherish today. It is stronger than ever. Even though we have chosen to separate as a couple, we still love one another very, very much and remain a major part of each other’s lives — as best friends, family and loving parents to our daughter. There has been no lying or cheating or fighting that prompted this change, just an expansion of our individual evolution which has inspired us to support each other in a new way. We are still, very much, a loving family and are bonded by a deep connection that is rooted in love.”

They came to an accord about co-parenting Eva right after they separated.

“I do what I can to invest time in the three of us, because there’s nothing that’s more like home to our daughter than the three of us being together,” Brandon explained to Us Weekly at the time. “I’m sure it’s more difficult for other people, [but] for us it’s pretty good and natural and easy because we’re just really good friends first. We were friends before we were a couple and so now that we’re back to being friends, we’re able to do this [because] it’s familiar.”

The former couple were recording artists together (as Brandon and Leah) and his music business aspirations are continuing as a solo act, but he recently admitted that his family name can be a hindrance in the industry.

“When people hear it for the first time, or they hear my last name, ‘Jenner,’ I think that they’re quicker to write me off and not necessarily even want to give my music a chance because of it,” he revealed. “I sometimes am almost a little ashamed of it, because I feel like people are going to have this preconceived notion that I’m just, kind of, like a spoiled kid that doesn’t really have anything to say, right? And hasn’t struggled in their life.”

According to The Blast, Brandon also keeps their Malibu home, but has to give Leah a tax free payment of $540,000, in return. Other assets — including royalties from their musical act Brandon and Leah — are divided.

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