Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale have finalised their divorce. The pair - who split last summer after 13 years of marriage - did not have a prenuptial agreement but have come to an amicable settlement of their assets and have agreed to joint physical and legal custody of their three sons, Kingston, nine, Zuma, seven and Apollo, two. E! News also reports that neither party will get spousal support. Gwen will keep the rights to her No Doubt and solo music while Gavin will maintain the rights to his own work with Bush. Gwen keeps their Land Rover, Honda Odyssey, Lexus GS350, Yukon Denali and Range Rover and Gavin will receive their Range Rover Vogue V8. They will share profits from the sale of their Beverly Hills home, while Gwen will keep their two other Los Angeles homes. According to the documents: "Gavin shall relinquish all of his power and authority as trustee or settlor of the Kingston Rossdale Gift Trust and the Zuma Rossdale Gift Trust and Gwen shall be the sole trustee and settlor of the Gift Trusts. There shall be no withdrawals or transfer from any of the trust except in accordance to the declaration of trust establishing each trust. Gavin is entitled to receive yearly accountings of the Gift Trusts." Gwen is now dating Blake Shelton and recently admitted she is "grateful" for the end of her marriage. She said: "It's super hard to have your family break up. "I have gone through a lot, but I feel like you have to be grateful for that. Because if I didn't do that, then I wouldn't have this. And so you have to be grateful for all of it."