By
G. McConway
|
January 11, 2024

Bonet and Momoa Settle Divorce in One Day

Well, that did not take too long.

About 24 hours after the divorce filing for Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa, the couple reached a settlement.

Bonet filed the divorce petition on Monday, with the couple having already been separated for about two years.

It’s Done

Rumors had surfaced more than two years ago that the couple was separating after pictures circulated of Momoa living in a tricked-out van that cost him a reported $750,000.

He was parked just a stone’s throw from the $3.5 million home the couple had shared.

So, naturally, people were wondering why he was living in the van that he used on set when he was making movies.

Momoa later revealed on social media that the couple had split up and that they were working through everything.

He posted, "And so we share our Family news that we are parting ways in marriage."

He continued, "The love between us carries on, evolving in ways it wishes to be known and lived. We free each other to be who we are learning to become. Our devotion unwavering to this sacred life and our children. Teaching our children what's possible. Living the Prayer. May Love Prevail."

Then, on Monday, Bonet filed for divorce, noting that the couple had been separated for about two years.

Even when the initial report was made, it sounded as though this would be an amicable divorce, as Bonet was seeking shared custody and neither party was seeing any type of support.

In the final agreement, the couple agreed to “share” the living expenses of the children.

The court document stated, "Such waiver of support is permanent and final and no court anywhere ever shall have the power or jurisdiction to award spousal support in favor of either party.

"Neither Petitioner nor Respondent shall ever be entitled to an order from any court for spousal support, regardless of any future change of circumstances relating to their respective health or financial condition."

Even though the agreement is in place, the couple will not be considered “legally single” until July 9, per California law.

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