The chart-topping singer, 32, is believed to have used mediators to carve up her £140 million fortune which includes an impressive property portfolio, according to Us Weekly.
Adele filed for divorce in September 2019 in Los Angeles, and court records show she filed a judgment packet earlier this month.
The couple will officially be divorced when a judge signs off the agreement in what has been a lengthy process, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split.
At that time, the filing showed that they both wanted joint custody of their eight-year-old son Angelo, with visitations to be negotiated in the mediation process.
In March 2020, they both signed a confidentiality agreement regarding the details of their divorce.
Speaking at the time the separation was announced, a representative for Adele said: “They are committed to raising their son together lovingly.
“As always they ask for privacy. There will be no further comment.”
Adele and Konecki, who were married for three years and together for eight, began dating in 2011 and welcomed their son, Angelo, in 2012.
Speaking to Us Weekly at the time, a source said the relationship “didn’t work out” because it had “evolved” and they were, in the end, “more like friends than lovers.”
The insider continued to say that they “realised the romantic love was no longer there.”
Since the split, Adele has undergone a huge transformation as she lost seven stone after undertaking a diet and fitness regime that left her looking unrecognisable to her former self.
Grammy-winner Adele, whose albums include 2011’s 21 and 2015’s 25, is working on a new record – which is expected to be released this year.