Hilary Duff's divorce from her ex, retired NHL star Mike Comrie, has been finalized.
The "Younger" actress, who filed for divorce in February 2015 citing irreconcilable differences, will have to pay her ex $2,408,786.40. This specific number equals 50 percent of the value of the couple's Beverly Hills mansion, which Duff will keep.
On top of the money, Comrie will also get to keep a number of the couple's valuable vehicles, including a 2014 Bentley and a 2013 Mercedes SUV, as well as some jewelry and several joint possessions.
The couple signed an enforceable prenuptial agreement before tying the knot, meaning they share no community property. Anything either of them earned before, during, or after their marriage remains theirs. Additionally, neither Duff, 28, nor Comrie, 35, are on the hook for spousal support.
According to legal documents obtained by ET, the couple have also been awarded joint custody of their 3-year-old son, Luca Cruz Comrie, even though Duff initially asked for primary custody in her February 2015 divorce filing. They will also evenly split all child-rearing expenses.
Duff and Comrie began dating in 2007, got engaged in February 2010 and tied the knot later that year, in August, during a ceremony in Santa Barbara. The couple welcomed Luca, their only child, in March 2012.
The couple announced their amicable separation in January 2014, more than a year before Duff would officially file for divorce. The actress opened up about the split in Cosmopolitan last March.
"It wasn't working well enough to stay together, but there was still a lot of love involved," she said. "It was just a slow set-in of us not being the match that we used to be. I'm lucky for the person he is and I am, and how we decided to handle this."