However, the two will not be legally single until May 2.
Sheen and Mueller filed dueling divorce petitions in November, both listing Dec. 25, 2009 as their date of separation. Sheen was arrested in Aspen, Colo. that day on suspicion of domestic violence against his wife. He later resolved the case and spent 30 days on probation.
Under their divorce agreement, the couple will split money earned from portraits of them and their twin sons, and the actor will keep his Hollywood Hills home, according to court records obtained by the AP. Sheen and Mueller signed a prenuptial agreement before they married in May 2008, which called for the actor to pay her more than $750,000.
Sheen and Mueller will share legal custody of their sons, but Mueller was granted physical custody. Sheen will get visitation time and will pay $55,000 a month in child support.
The couple welcomed twin boys, Bob and Max, in March 2009.
The judgment comes just weeks after Sheen began rehab treatment and production was suspended on his hit CBS show, Two and a Half Men. The actor released a statement last week thanking his fans and employers for their support.