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Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams finalise divorce

Published 23/06/2016

Mandy Moore
Mandy Moore

The entertainers are officially single again following their long separation process.

Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams have finalised their divorce.

The rocker and singer/actress announced their split in January, 2015, after almost six years as husband and wife, but their legal documents have only just been authorised by a California judge - and the pair is officially an ex-couple.

The division of their assets has been unveiled in divorce papers obtained by TMZ, with Mandy keeping a Beverly Hills condo and Griffith Park home, as well as a 2012 Prius.

Ryan takes several bank accounts, a 2008 Porsche Carrera, a 1959 Cadillac, his comic book collection and some pinball machines from the marriage.

According to TMZ, Ryan's assets total more than what Mandy is getting out of the divorce, so he is also handing her $452,000 (£306,000) in cash.

The former couple also agreed to split furniture and keep their respective publishing rights for any music created during their marriage. The pair collaborated a number of times with each other, with their first duet, Empty Rooms having been recorded in 2011.

Finally, their divorce agreement also stipulates neither party will pay spousal support.

Earlier this month (Jun16) their formal marital home was listed for sale with an asking price of $3.2 million (£2.2 million).

Meanwhile, Ryan and Mandy, who actually split five months prior to making the divorce announcement, have each moved on to new relationships.

Ryan has been romancing model Megan Butterworth, while Mandy has found love with another rocker, Dawes singer Taylor Goldsmith.

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