TMZ.com reports that Allen will be able to finalize his divorce with Tawanna for a $3 million buyout, which is substantially more than the buyouts this company is offering.
The good news for Allen is that although Tawanna gets his money and pledges of future money, he gets to keep his Maybach automobile and their Georgia mansion, at least until the bank takes it.
Allen and Tawanna married in 2001 and have been in a bitter divorce battle for the past year.
If he'd been asked how much this divorce had cost him in legal fees, Allen might have replied: "You askin' me about my lawyer's practice? I don't care about his practice!"