Dismissing Ariana Grande’s Substantial Divorce With Ex Dalton Gomez

Ariana Grande and her ex-husband Dalton Gomez have officially ended their divorce proceedings, but the resolution came at a high price for the renowned pop sensation. Page Six has confirmed that Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez have finalized their divorce. They filed for divorce last month, and an exclusive source told Page Six of the amicable settlement, saying, “Ariana and Dalton were really committed to supporting each other through this process to make it as smooth as possible. That's why they took their time with all the details." According to TMZ, Dalton will receive a tax-free amount of $1.25 million (which equates to almost $2 million in Australian dollars). He will receive this payment upfront and will not be entitled to ongoing spousal support. In addition, Dalton will be entitled to half of the net proceeds from the sale of their Los Angeles residence, and Ariana will cover up to $25,000 of his legal fees. Although the divorce petition listed February 20 as the separation date, the formal divorce petition was only filed last month. The source stressed: "They have a deep respect for each other." Court documents indicate the settlement was filed on Friday, according to The Sixth Party. Sources told Page Six that Ariana Grande chose to pay Dalton upfront instead of monthly spousal support, which was a better financial arrangement for her ex-husband. The settlement, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, also reportedly includes a provision that Gomez, 28, a successful realtor, will continue to receive 24-hour protection because Ariana Grande wanted to ensure her ex-husband's safety and privacy following their split. Previously, Page Six reported that the 30-year-old pop singer demanded that the estranged couple's prenuptial agreement be honored in her September 18 filing in Los Angeles. Specific details of this contract have not been disclosed. Grande also asked that all of the couple's assets be divided as outlined in the prenuptial agreement. TMZ was the first to report the news, saying it is now only awaiting approval from a judge. Ariana Grande was represented by celebrity attorney Laura Wasser, who cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the divorce. An insider previously noted: “They came to this decision together. Even though they faced problems before January, they still want to remain best friends." The "Thank U, Next" singer has since moved on and is now dating her "Wicked" co-star Ethan Slater. TMZ was the original source to report the settlement between Grande and Gomez.

Ariana Grande and her ex-husband Dalton Gomez have officially ended their divorce proceedings, but the resolution was expensive for the renowned pop sensation.

Page Six has confirmed that Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez have finalized their divorce. They filed for divorce last month, and an exclusive source told Page Six of the amicable settlement, saying, “Ariana and Dalton were really committed to supporting each other through this process to make it as smooth as possible. That’s why they took their time with all the details.”

According to TMZ, Dalton will receive a tax-free amount of $1.25 million (almost $2 million in Australian dollars). He will receive this payment upfront and will not be entitled to ongoing spousal support. In addition, Dalton will be entitled to half of the net proceeds from the sale of their Los Angeles residence, and Ariana will cover up to $25,000 of his legal fees.

Although the divorce petition listed February 20 as the separation date, the formal divorce petition was only filed last month. The source stressed: “They have a deep respect for each other.”

According to The Sixth Party, court documents indicate the settlement was filed on Friday. Sources told Page Six that Ariana Grande chose to pay Dalton upfront instead of monthly spousal support, which was a better financial arrangement for her ex-husband.

The settlement, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, also reportedly includes a provision that Gomez, 28, a successful realtor, will continue to receive 24-hour protection because Ariana Grande wanted to ensure her ex-husband’s safety and privacy following their split.

Previously, Page Six reported that the 30-year-old pop singer demanded that the estranged couple’s prenuptial agreement be honored in her September 18 filing in Los Angeles. Specific details of this contract have not been disclosed.

Grande also asked that all of the couple’s assets be divided as outlined in the prenuptial agreement. TMZ was the first to report the news, saying it is now only awaiting approval from a judge.

Ariana Grande was represented by celebrity attorney Laura Wasser, who cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the divorce. An insider previously noted: “They came to this decision together. Even though they faced problems before January, they still want to remain best friends.”

The “Thank U, Next” singer has since moved on and is now dating her “Wicked” co-star Ethan Slater. TMZ was the original source to report the settlement between Grande and Gomez.

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