For the most part, Matt and Amy have chosen to split their assets and companies.
The reality stars will split R6 Productions, Roloff Family Farms, R Pumpkin Productions, and Roloff Properties. Meanwhile, Amy will keep her Living Large Enterprises business, while Matt will keep his companies MRE, Inc. and MR Speaking.
When it comes to the cars, Amy will take the 2013 Ford Escape, and Matt will retain his 1966 and 1967 Volkswagen Bugs and a 2011 Cadillac. Their daughter Molly, 22, will get the 2006 Honda CRV.
The former couple even decided to split family photos and videos equally, while promising to make copies for each other.
Neither parent will be required to pay child support.