Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady: this is how they will divide the assets



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Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady: this is how they will divide the assets

After 13 years of marriage, Gisele Bündchen announced her divorce from quarterback Tom Brady through her social media. She said: "With much gratitude for our time together, Tom and I have amicably finalized our divorce.

My priority has always been and will continue to be the good of our children, whom I love with all my heart. I feel blessed for this time together and I only wish Tom the best." Single again but her priority is now to be a mother, with little Benjamin and Vivian Lake.

The deal, according to the source, would appoint the model to own two properties in Miami, (including the smallest in Miami Beach), a vacation rental in Costa Rica as well as an apartment in New York City, which became her retreat after.

the gossip of the press following the divorce, which became effective last October 28th. With the formalization of the divorce, new details would have emerged about the end of the love between Bündchen and Brady with the latter committed to saving the situation when it was probably too late, according to People.

Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady: this is how they will divide the assets

The couple's other properties would also include a home in the Bahamas and one in Montana, at the Yellowstone Club. Owning, each, the proceeds of their respective businesses and various contracts still in their assets, Gisele and Tom have shared a passion for real estate, and own a portfolio of properties worth twenty-six million dollars.

If the separation and divorce between Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady took a relatively short time, the separation of assets could also happen quickly, since the instructions would be contained in a prenuptial agreement the couple signed in 2009.

Pending certainties regarding the joint custody of the two children, Benjamin and Vivian, both teenagers, the patrimonial issue could be less complicated than expected since the agreement would contain strict guidelines.

The official writing, according to Page Six, would protect the financial interests of both, who together have assets of approximately seven hundred and thirty million dollars. To date, the two concerned have entrusted their official statements on the incident to social media and both have said they want to work hard to make their family work for the sake of their two children.