Ariana Grande Has Settled Her Divorce With Dalton Gomez, Paying Him Over $1 Million

Ariana Grande FINALIZES her divorce from Dalton Gomez and will pay him $1.25M as part of their settlement… weeks after officially filing for divorce Ariana Grande and now ex-husband, Dalton Gomez, have officially finalized their divorce on Friday – just three weeks after the singer filed on September 18. 

The Into You hitmaker, 30 – who was recently seen on a Disneyland trip with her new love and Wicked co-star Ethan Slater – quickly settled their divorce proceedings, as the pair had a prenup in place, reported TMZ. 

According to the settlement, the real estate agent received a check from the Grammy winner – with the payment being worth a total of $1,250,000 and also tax-free.  The former couple will also split the ‘net proceeds’ when their Los Angeles home sells, and Grande will additionally pay $25k of Dalton’s attorney fees. 

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Despite the pair’s divorce being finalized, a source informed the entertainment tabloid that there is no bad blood between Ariana and Gomez – who tied the knot in 2021.  Payment: According to the settlement, the real estate agent received a check from the Grammy winner – with the payment being worth a total of $1,250,000 and also tax-free.

There is still a strong mutual love and respect between Ariana and Dalton and they wanted to make sure everything was done right in lockstep with one another,’ the insider expressed.  The former Nickelodeon star filed her divorce paperwork last month on September 18 – with Dalton also filing the same day. 

In documents previously obtained by TMZ, Ariana’s lawyer, Laura Wasser, had cited the reason for their divorce as ‘irreconcilable differences’ with the date of separation listed as February 20, 2023. Sources informed the outlet that all was ‘worked out’ between the former couple ‘before going to the courthouse’ and added the actress plans to ‘cut Dalton a check’ to officially dissolve the marriage.

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The pair notably filed for divorce months after their listed date of separation, and an insider explained to TMZ that the reasoning was so that they could ‘iron out details and settle.’ According to the source, Grande and Gomez have ‘no hard feelings’ and added ‘they’ve been really caring and respectful of one another every step of this process.’

The Grammy winner and the real estate agent first began dating in January 2020 and the pair became engaged in December the same year. In May 2021, the two said ‘I do’ during an intimate yet romantic wedding ceremony at her Montecito home. However, earlier this year in July, news of their shock split came to light.

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