When the drama was cancelled in 2009, six years after she first joined, the Leicester-born actress agreed to take time off to look after their son, Kai, now three.
She also asked that the court award her custody of their son and grant Mr Stenson visitation rights but no spousal support.
The actress returned to the small screen earlier this year in the US drama Alcatraz.
In the settlement, the British actress was reportedly awarded all her 'income, residuals and royalties' from her successful acting career - including stints in E.
The actress has previously revealed her family expected her to go through with an arranged marriage, explaining: 'When I was 18 my mother gave me a photo of a man and said I’d marry him.
I told her then that I was never going to have an arranged marriage.' Hollywood star: Stenson maintained that when Nagra landed the role of Dr Neela Rasgotra in long-running US hospital drama E.
I must say that while it has been a bit of a challenge for me, it has also been a wonderful learning experience.Despite lacking formal theatrical training, Nagra signed with Joan Brown, a veteran London-based agent, after which she was cast in small television roles in the British medical drama Casualty, and in the television film King Girl, in which Nagra played an abusive member of an all-girl gang.The top question I always get is, "What was it like to kiss Jonathan Rhys Meyers, you lucky cow? Nagra attended the Northfield House Primary School in Leicester. She is the eldest of four children with two brothers and a sister.