According to The AP, Kate will get the family house in eastern Pennsylvania through a no-fault divorce agreement entered today. She also gets primary custody of the couple's eight children, according to her lawyer Mark Momjian.
He added that the Gosselins worked out custody arrangements together, but let an arbiter decide financial issues. A spokesman said that John's lawyer Mark Jay Heller is travelling and unavailable for comment.
The details of the custodial and financial arrangements have not been released. However, Momjian said that Kate is relieved and excited about starting a new chapter in her life.