Ant Anstead and Christina Haack have been making headlines ever since they announced their split in September 2020. The couple, who were married for less than two years, filed for divorce in November 2020 citing irreconcilable differences. After months of speculation, the details of their divorce settlement have finally been revealed.
The Divorce Settlement
According to court documents, Christina Haack will keep the couple’s $6 million Newport Beach home, while Ant Anstead will keep their other properties in the United Kingdom. The couple will share legal and physical custody of their one-year-old son, Hudson. Haack will not receive any spousal support from Anstead, as they signed a prenuptial agreement before their marriage.
The settlement also outlines how the couple will split their assets, with Haack keeping her jewelry and personal effects, and Anstead keeping his jewelry and personal effects. They will split their vehicles, with Haack receiving a Range Rover and Anstead receiving a Bentley. They will also split their bank accounts and retirement accounts equally.
Since their split, both Anstead and Haack have moved on with their lives. Anstead has been spotted out and about with his rumored new girlfriend, Renee Zellweger, while Haack has been dating realtor Joshua Hall. The couple has both expressed a desire to co-parent their son peacefully and amicably.
The Importance of Prenuptial Agreements
The fact that Haack will not receive any spousal support from Anstead highlights the importance of prenuptial agreements for high-net-worth couples. While prenuptial agreements may not be romantic, they can protect both parties in the event of a divorce. In the case of Haack and Anstead, their prenuptial agreement allowed for a smoother divorce settlement and ensured that both parties were protected.
The details of Ant Anstead and Christina Haack’s divorce settlement have finally been revealed. Haack will keep the couple’s Newport Beach home, while Anstead will keep their properties in the United Kingdom. They will share custody of their son and split their assets equally. The settlement highlights the importance of prenuptial agreements for high-net-worth couples and serves as a reminder that divorce can be amicable if both parties are willing to work together.