A judge ruled Kelly Clarkson the reins to the $ 10.4 million Montana farm where her estranged husband, Brandon Blackstock, living since their separation.
The court rejected Blackstock’s position that the Montana farm is matrimonial property and should be shared equally by both exes, according to the Sept. 30 order that E! News. Instead, the judge ratified their agreement before the marriage.
According to the source, Clarkson has been taking control of the farm since she bought the house, according to a source.
‘The Court further finds that the Montana Ranch and the other two Montana properties are not titled in the names of either party, either as joint tenants with a right of survival, or as tenants as a whole, as required by the OBM to own marital property. create, ‘reads the decision. “The court therefore rejects the respondent’s view that the Montana Ranch and other Montana properties are matrimonial property owned 50/50 by the parties.”