Kelly Clarkson is ready to move on.
According to the legal documents filed by her attorney, Laura Wasser, she’s requested that the remainder of the divorce process – including matters of finances and the like – for a later date, according to TMZ.
Wasser did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
The validity of their prenuptial agreement is up in the air as well, the outlet reports, as Blackstock, 44, has contested it. The judge has yet to make a decision on the matter.
Kelly Clarkson has requested that a judge approve her divorce from Brandon Blackstock and declare her legally single. (Getty Images)
The split has been somewhat contentious and has included a number of surprising allegations by both camps, but the former couple has managed to work out a plan for the custody of their two children – River Rose, 7, and Remington Alexander, 5.
The judge awarded the “American Idol” alum primary physical custody of the little ones on a temporary basis, per the outlet. The order is expected to become permanent, as Blackstock has relocated from Los Angeles – where Clarkson lives – to Montana.
Blackstock, also Clarkson’s former manager, has been awarded temporary spousal support, which is also considered likely to become permanent, though it would end in 2023.
The two married in 2014, and the support would only last for half of the length of their marriage.
A judge has ruled that Kelly Clarkson will maintain physical custody of her two children while she pays spousal support to estranged husband Brandon Blackstock. (Photo by Jared Siskin/Getty Images for Warner Music Group)
“It is an insane amount of getting it out,” she explained. “I think that’s a blessing in itself.”
The singer noted that “it’s such an awesome thing to have that outlet, regardless of whether people hear it or not.”