The British singer and his wife of six years previously fought on the divorce settlement but have now come to an agreement.
Jack White is legally on the single market. The former The White Stripes member has finalized his divorce from Karen Elson on November 26 and got a Nashville judge to sign the documents.
The divorce agreement, per TMZ, puts Elson as the "primary residential parent" for the couple's two children, 7-year-old daughter Scarlett and 6-year-old son Henry. Meanwhile, White gets to spend 150 days a year with them. In addition, White gets to retain all rights to his music businesses including his record label Third Man Records.
White and Elson were married in June 2005 and announced their split in 2011 with a "divorce party" to "honor" their marriage. However, the civil separation did not last when they started arranging the divorce agreement.
This past summer, Elson filed a temporary restraining order against White, claiming he had been harassing her about the divorce settlement. She was granted and White was banned from having "any contact with wife whatsoever except as it relates to parenting time with the parties' minor children." Later on, White responded with the claim that Elson violated their custody agreement.