Mel B and her estranged husband have reached a new deal in their bitter divorce war, which includes sharing the profits from the sale of their former home.
The singer-turned-TV personality and Stephen Belafonte signed off on the new agreement earlier this month (Nov17), and are now waiting for a Los Angeles judge to make it official.
In legal documents obtained by TMZ, Belafonte will receive spousal support for the next three years, although the amount his soon-to-be ex-wife will pay him has not been revealed.
Neither Belafonte nor Mel B will pay child support, but they will share joint legal custody of their six-year-old daughter, Madison. The former couple has also agreed to schedule a physical custody plan, so the parents will continue to play a major role in her life.
Mel B's estranged husband has also been granted access to the family home, which is on the market, to retrieve personal belongings, including clothing and artwork.