Burt Reynolds and Loni Anderson have agreed to a settlement in their publicly bitter divorce: She gets $2 million and a vacation house; he gets the rest.

"She's been very easy on him," Anderson's attorney, Martin Simone, said Saturday.The agreement was reached over the weekend, beating a Monday divorce court date in Jupiter, Fla., Simone said.

Custody of their 5-year-old adopted son, Quinton, must still be arranged in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Anderson expects the boy to live with her, while Reynolds would have visitation rights, Simone said. They would share joint legal custody.