Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan Close To Finalizing A Settlement 3 Years After Their Divorce? Exes Allegedly Could Reach An Agreement Over Magic Mike Franchise

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Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan used to be one of the happiest couples in Hollywood. So, in 2019, when they announced their decision to get divorced, their fans were obviously surprised. There was no indication that the A-listers were having issues in their marriage, but at the end of the day, they decided to part ways over some irreconcilable differences.

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Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan Close To Finalizing Their Divorce Settlement

Three years after they announced their divorce, Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are allegedly close to finalizing a settlement. Throughout the past couple of years, the exes have been going back and forth with regards to their income, expenses, and the money that they got from the Magic Mike franchise that they want to divide evenly amongst themselves.

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According to Radar Online, Dewan recently handed the court her final report over her finances, income, and expenses. And this could mean that she and Tatum are already in the final stages of their negotiations.

If the publication’s claims are accurate, this also means that Tatum and Dewan are close to figuring out how to divide their income from the hit Magic Mike franchise.

According to the professional dancer, she helped Tatum find the choreographers and dancers that were featured in the movie. And when Magic Mike became a live show in Las Vegas, Dewan stayed home with her daughter, Everly, so that her then-husband could focus on his gig.

Additionally, Tatum and Dewan are also figuring out how to divide their property and come up with reasonable terms for their spousal support.

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Jenna Dewan Revealed Channing Tatum Wasn’t Always Around After Their Daughter’s Birth

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Last year, Dewan appeared on the Dear Gabby podcast, where she opened up about the struggles she had to go through after the birth of her daughter. She revealed that Tatum wasn’t around to support her during such a difficult time.

“At the time, Channing wasn’t available to be with us, for the most part. It was me, my doula, and Everly all by ourselves, traveling when she was 6, 7 weeks to Vancouver. Thinking ignorance is bliss, I thought, ‘OK, I think I can do that. You know, it’ll be like 2 months after, and I’ll be able to have her on set. That was really hard. Because that was long hours. I did have her on set with me constantly — it was just really difficult,” she said (via BuzzFeed News).

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In her book Gracefully You, Dewan also talked about the moment when she realized that her dynamic with Tatum was no longer working.

“I’d come to realize the dynamic I was in wasn't serving me nor was it serving my daughter. First and foremost, I had to accept the realization this isn’t working and had moved into hurting,” she wrote.

Shortly after their divorce, Dewan moved on with Steve Kazee. They were supposed to tie the knot shortly after they welcomed their first child. But the actress said that they decided to postpone their nuptials due to the pandemic.

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