Scooter Braun and Yael Cohen’s Divorce Settlement Details Revealed

According to reports, Scooter Braun and wife Lauren Cohen have finalized their divorce settlement. The couple will share custody of their three children. Braun will pay $60,000 a month for child support. Both parties will pay separate attorneys’ fees. Braun and Cohen will maintain a friendly relationship for their children.

The couple will continue to be friends, though, and they are unlikely to fight in court over the details of their divorce settlement. The couple married in 2014 and separated in July of 2021. As part of the settlement, Braun will pay Cohen $60,000 per month in child support and equalization. In addition, he will keep his $30 million Brentwood home and Land Rover Defender. However, the pair is likely to go to court to decide on spousal support.

Scooter Braun and Yael Cohen’s divorce settlement details were revealed by TMZ. The ex-wife is set to receive $20 million, but Scooter Braun will retain his $65 million mansion and other properties. He also plans to retain more than 100 pieces of art, including some by Andy Warhol.

The two have three children. The children will split physical and legal custody of their father. Their parents will also split the costs of raising them. Scooter has a personal jet, but Cohen will have the 30-million-dollar Brentwood home. The settlement agreement also states that Braun and Cohen will pay separate attorney’s fees.

According to the agreement, the two have undisclosed bank accounts and investments. He also has a Porsche and a Tesla. While his earnings are undisclosed, the children will receive $60k per month each. Braun and Yael have three children, Jagger, Hart, and Levi.

Scooter bought a $65 million mansion in Brentwood, California, after the divorce. He also sold a waterfront home in Austin for $18 million two years before. The couple had previously lived in Montecito, California. They later moved to Los Angeles. Braun’s first home was a $5.7 million property. The second home was listed at $11.6 million in 2014. The house is scheduled to sell for $28 million in September 2021. The couple has also sold their Austin, Texas, home.

The Scooter and Yael Braun divorce settlement details are not yet final, but the parties have agreed on a substantial amount of assets. While Yael will get a $6.5 million Brentwood mansion, Scooter will keep his $13 million private jet, more than 100 expensive works of art, and his Tesla and Porsche.

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