Divorce cases are very intense, and they often get messy because of either the child custody or alimony amount. In 2022, celebrity couple Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock filed a divorce to end their seven years of relationship. Their divorce battle has been quite intense and always has been a topic of discussion.

All this while, Blackstock has been living in the couple’s ranch in Montana. And Kelly has been putting up in Los Angeles. Blackstock had said in an interview, that he plans to become a rancher in Montana instead of continuing his career as a talent manager.

Meanwhile, Clarkson had different plans as she wants to sell the ranch in Montana that Blackstock is calling home. Blackstock made efforts by arguing that the property was a mutual marital investment that both made together. However, Clarkson argued that it was her right to sell it. The judgment came in favour of Clarkson, and she has been awarded the ranch in Montana which is worth approximately $10 million. Take a look at this video for more details.


So now, how does Blackstock reacts to the situation? Clarkson has been awarded the ranch, and it is definitely going to be hard for him to be a rancher without the ranch.

Blackstock doesn’t really seem to be busy with any new clients as a music manager. His last hope was his remaining client-Blake Shelton who also recently dropped him from the position. So basically, it leaves him alone without a job and a home.

Some sources told Hiptoro that Clarkson has asked her ex to leave the Montana property but he refuses to move out. Clarkson considers her ex a squatter and is considering talking to her lawyers to take legal action for him to get out of the property.

As of now, the ex-couple is officially divorced, but they are still fighting for their rights. The ranch was a big deal for Blackstock. But unfortunately, it is a major victory for Clarkson.

What do you think about Kelly and Brandon’s divorce? Will Blackstock leave the Montana property with his will? Or only legal action will force him to pack his bags and move out of the Montana ranch? What do you think this legal battle will go?
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