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Michael T. Sterling Will Not Pay Child Support After Divorce With Eva

Eva Marcille and Michael T. Sterling have reportedly settled their divorce nearly five months after their separation announcement.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum filed for divorce back in March, noting that they’re currently living in a bona fide state of separation. After news about their breakup hit social media, Sterling vowed to win back his family.

Marcille previously requested child support for their two young children, Michael Sterling Jr. and Maverick Sterling, as well as her daughter, Marley, from a previous relationship.

According to court documents, neither party will pay child support, alimony or spousal support. The former couple reportedly signed their divorce agreement earlier this month on Aug. 3.

Marcille shares her daughter with her ex, singer Kevin McCall. Sterling adopted the America’s Next Top Model cycle-three winner’s eldest child as his own in 2020.

The parties agree that each has ample income and assets to support the Children in their respective homes. Accordingly, the parties agree that neither shall pay direct child support to the other.

The two figured out a private custody arrangement and were granted their own respective bank and retirement accounts. 

In terms of property, Marcille was awarded the $1 million house in Georgia were they resided in as a family. She reportedly purchased it by herself back in 2019 and will also keep all of the furniture in the home. 

Sterling reportedly has moved out of the house and removed any personal property he had there. The exes also agreed to turn over any cars put in the other’s name, and allegedly will cover their own legal fees. Once news about their divorce being finalized hit the internet, several fans voiced their disappointment in seeing the once-happy couple go their separate ways. 

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