The 64-year-old actress and her fourth husband began proceedings for their legal separation in 2013 and have now finally agreed on a settlement with their finances and mutual assets, according to TMZ.
Papers filed state that Jane – who has 19-year-old twin sons John and Kristopher with the 68-year-old actor and producer – will obtain the couple’s Malibu home and property in England, as well as a $132,000 payment in exchange for season tickets to the Los Angeles Dodgers that will go to James.
In addition, the couple collected gold coins with an estimated value of over $200,000 and these will be split between them, along with their membership to Sherwood Country Club.
Jane married her ex-husband back in 1993, when they worked together on the set of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and she will retain the rights to the show and also future profits from the Oscar-winning movie that they produced together, Walk The Line.
Meanwhile, the beauty revealed she still regrets the fact their marriage is over, though they have remained on good terms.
Jane – who starred as a Bond girl in 1973 film Live And Let Die – said previously: ”I still get very sad about it – but he made the choice, not me. We are still friendly and co-parent our twin boys.”
And despite her sadness over the split, Jane – who also has children Katherine and Sean with third husband David Flynn – has found love again with old friend David Green.
She revealed: ”(My new man) is called David Green and I first met him 35 years ago. He runs a company called September Films. We’re in the same place in our lives and we enjoy our time together.”