According to legal documents, the 62-year-old Isn’t She Lovely singer, real name Stevland Morris, has been separated from fashion designer wife Kai Millard Morris since October 2009.
Wonder, who used famed attorney Laura Wasser to file the papers, is seeking joint custody of the couple’s two boys, Kailand, 10, and Mandla Kadjay, 7.
The soul star has agreed to pay both spousal and child support. And even though Wonder amassed most of his fortune before marrying Kai in 2001 – some of hisassets will be divided – but the papers state that the amount hasn’t been determined yet.
It’s Wonder’s second divorce – he married Motown singer Syreeta Wright in 1970, only to divorce her two years later. He has seven children from his two marriages and several relationships.
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A former child prodigy, Wonder is recognized as one of the most creative musical figures of the late 20th century.
His best known works are singles such as Superstition, Sir Duke, I Wish and I Just Called to Say I Love You.
He has received twenty-two Grammy Awards – the most ever for a solo artist – and sold over 6 billion records worldwide.