Slash is ready to move on with his life. The legendary Guns N’ Roses guitarist submitted a proposed settlement agreement to the court in an effort to help speed up his divorce from estranged wife Perla Ferrar.

According to documents obtained by The Blast Slash claims, ‘Perla has been slow responding, or has deliberately drawn out responding, throughout this matter.’ He then makes it clear, ‘I want to move on with my life.’ The former couple has been married since 2001, and have two sons, London, 15, and Cash, 13.

The 52-year old musician first filed for divorce in 2010 but they reconciled just two months later. He again filed for divorce in December 2014 but it has been lagging in the courts since then. Two months after Slash’s second divorce filing Ferrar told TMZ that the breakup of her marriage was ‘pretty amicable’ adding that ‘there is no bad blood- at least not yet.’

Here’s how Slash’s proposed deal breaks down: Ferrar will maintain primary custody of the couple’s two children but both of them will share joint legal custody.

Slash will be required to pay $6,627,352 within 30 days of the judgment being signed by both parties. He’ll also pay $100,000 per month in spousal support until death or remarriage, and $39,000 per month in child support. The children will also collect 1.8% of Slash’s income until the year 2036. lash got to keep all his interest in Guns ‘N Roses and his other companies, all his trademarks and residuals as well as a number of fully-loaded bank accounts.

Slash also listed his monthly income at $345,000 per month. Ferrar hasn’t filed her income papers yet, but Slash has been very clear that he does not need to see it and that he just wants the judgment entered into the court as soon as possible. Homes won’t be an issue in any settlement. The former couple both bought new luxury mansions last year with their shared funds that are just four miles apart from each other in Encino, California. Slash shelled out $6.25 Million for his new abode, while Ferrar paid $3.5 million, a judge has not yet ruled on Slash’s request to get his judgment entered.