'RHOA' Star Eva Marcille Settles Divorce From Michael Sterling, Declines Support & Keeps $1 Million Home

Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille has settled her divorce from Michael Sterling and did not ask for any sort of support.

via: Page Six

According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, the former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star and the attorney signed their settlement agreement on Aug. 3.

Both parties reportedly waived their right to alimony or spousal support. Additionally, Marcille, 38, did not ask Sterling, 39, to pay her child support.

“The parties agree that each has ample income and assets to support the Children in their respective homes,” read the doc per the outlet.

“Accordingly, the parties agree that neither shall pay direct child support to the other.”

The exes were also reportedly awarded their own respective retirement and bank accounts and worked on a private custody agreement for their two children – sons Michael, 5, and Maverick, 3.

It’s unclear whether that agreement included Marcille’s daughter, Marley Rae, 9, whom she shares with ex Kevin McCall. Sterling gave her his last name and helped raise her since she was 15 months old.

The model filed for divorce from Sterling in March after less than five years of marriage.

Marcille claimed their union was “irretrievably broken” and that “there are no prospects for a reconciliation,” per court documents obtained by Page Six at the time.

“This has been one of the hardest decisions I have ever had to make, but sometimes life takes your journey in a direction you were not expecting,” she told People in a statement.

“Our children remain our biggest priority, and the eight and half years we have spent together will always be cherished. We ask that you respect our privacy at this time.”

After the divorce news surfaced, Sterling vowed to win his wife back.

“I am not going to lose my wife. I am going to fight for her with every fiber in my being,” the lawyer wrote in a statement obtained by Page Six.

“I love her and I plan to show her how much I love her and that our love is strong enough to get to the other side.”

Sterling concluded, “I am not going to lose my wife. I am going to win her back.”

The former Bravo star and Sterling got engaged on Christmas Day 2017 and tied the knot one year later in October 2018.

While she has mostly kept mum about her split, she did recently open up about getting back into the dating pool.

“It is new, I’m almost a decade off the market, so it’s different, but my focus [is] my kids,” she shared on the “Big Tigger Morning Show” earlier this month.

“My focus is on me and doing me, and I like a little sprinkle of gifts and things too.”

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