Ariana Grande Finalizes Divorce with Dalton Gomez in a Swift and Amicable Settlement

March 19
Ariana Grande Finalizes Divorce with Dalton Gomez in a Swift and Amicable Settlement
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Ariana Grande’s marriage ends with a $1,250,000 settlement, marking a new beginning for the pop star and her ex-husband.

Ariana Grande’s nearly three-year marriage to Dalton Gomez has officially come to a close, as reported by AP News. The Los Angeles Superior Court’s judgment dissolved the union, following Grande’s petition filed six months prior, signaling an amicable resolution between the 30-year-old singer and the 28-year-old real estate broker. The couple, who had separated over a year ago, navigated their split with a notable lack of drama, thanks in part to a prenuptial agreement and the absence of children or significant legal disputes.

Under the terms of their settlement, Grande will make a one-time payment of $1,250,000 to Gomez, alongside dividing the proceeds from the sale of their Los Angeles home and covering up to $25,000 of his legal fees. This financial arrangement underscores the couple’s desire for a clean break, allowing both parties to move forward without lingering obligations. Their relationship, which began in January 2020 and led to a private wedding ceremony in Montecito, California, in May 2021, is remembered for its moments of joy, including their quarantine together during the pandemic and their engagement announcement via the music video for Justin Bieber’s charity single “Stuck With U.” As Grande steps into the next phase of her life, releasing her seventh studio album “eternal sunshine” and preparing for her role as Glinda in the upcoming “Wicked” film adaptation, this chapter closes on a note of mutual respect and forward-looking optimism.

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