'Glee' star Jane Lynch has amicably settled her divorce from clinical psychologist wife Lara Embry, whom she split from in February 2012 after three years of marriage.
Jane Lynch has amicably settled her divorce.
The 'Glee' star, who filed court documents in July to legally dissolve her three-year marriage to clinical psychologist Lara Embry, whom she split from in February 2012, is still on ''very civilized'' terms with her ex-wife after coming to an agreement.
A source told gossip website TMZ.com that Lara agreed to accept a more modest sum of spousal support after initially seeking $93,000 per month, and Jane secured full ownership of their former marital home in Los Angeles, which she paid for in full.
The former couple, who cited ''irreconcilable differences'' in their divorce papers, are now on good terms and spent time together over the festive period.
Jane, 53, previously insisted that her divorce was ''not a horrible thing'' and friends explained the actress wanted to stay friends with Lara for the sake of her former spouse's 10-year-old daughter, Haden.
She said: ''It's not dramatic. It's not a horrible thing. It's something that we're dealing with. It's two people who just decided it's better to go apart than stay together.''
The pair got engaged in 2010 and married on Memorial Day in May the same year in an intimate ceremony in Sunderland, Massachusetts.
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