The TV host's final judgment got the judge's stamp of approval Tuesday in New Jersey. The docs include some interesting tidbits about who gets what.
The Livingston, NJ house she and Kevin Hunter put up for sale is eventually gonna be split down the middle -- 50/50. Wendy gets to keep a crib they have in Florida, where her mom lives. Kevin, meanwhile, gets to keep the proceeds from another house he owned and recently sold in Morristown, NJ.
The docs say they each owned equal shares of their production company, and apparently Kevin is going to sell off his part of it to Wendy. She'll be the sole owner, but she's paying him a lump sum, plus a severance package. The amounts are confidential.
10:10 AM PT -- Courtney seems to be in a celebratory mood on the heels of finalizing her divorce -- can ya tell?
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Nothing says "I'm happy to be divorced" more than a face like this 😝. Congrats?
The former couple filed new docs, obtained by TMZ, informing the court they reached a settlement on divvying up their stuff. Now, once the judge signs off, they'll be officially single in March.
As for the property split ... Doug's taking their Italian Greyhound -- cleverly named, Dourtney -- and Courtney keeps ALL of their furniture and appliances. He's also driving off with a 2001 Jeep Wrangler and his retirement dough ... plus, his personal website, which is apparently worth $100.
They're splitting up their bank accounts by branch -- she keeps Wells Fargo, and he stays with Chase. Courtney and Doug are also splitting their life insurance policy in half.
Shanina Shaik now REALLY has a reason for celebrating in 2020 ... she can finally count down the days until she's officially divorced.
According to new legal docs, obtained by TMZ, the Victoria's Secret model will officially be single and dunzo with DJ Ruckus on January 23 after the judge signed off on their settlement.
TMZ broke the story ... the model filed for divorce last July. They had been together from April 28, 2018, until June 25, 2019, the date of separation she listed. She cited irreconcilable differences in her divorce docs, and requested spousal support. They don't have kids together, so no child support issues.
Now, it's unclear if Shanina got what she requested -- we know they had a prenup, but the terms of their settlement are being kept under wraps.
No word if Shanina's planning to celebrate with a giant slice of pie. Her official single day, January 23, is also National Pie Day.
Then again, she IS a model -- cancel the pie!!!
Larry King and his estranged wife have taken a big step in their ongoing divorce proceedings ... by unloading their mansion in Beverly Hills.
We broke the story ... Larry and Shawn Southwick listed their massive pad in October for $16.995 million, in hopes of reaching a divorce settlement quickly and smoothly.
So far so good, because TMZ's learned it officially sold today for $15.5 million.
The ex-couple bought the 5-bed, Tuscan-style house in 2007 for just under $12 mil, so despite the drop in their initial asking price ... they still netted a nice profit.
The property is 11,000 square feet and features a master suite with twin bathrooms, a skylit foyer, a pool, a trophy room ... and comes with a 2-bedroom guest house to boot. Mega-realtor Kurt Rappaport had the listing.
Katie Cassidy won't be blaring her dad's hit, "I Think I Love You" around the house anytime soon -- she just filed for divorce.
According to court records, "Arrow" star filed docs Wednesday in L.A. Superior Court to divorce Matthew Rodgers after only 13 months of marriage.
The exes didn't have any kids together ... so, that'll make the split cleaner. Seeing as how they were together just over a year, community property shouldn't be a huge issue either.
As we reported ... Katie and Matthew announced their engagement back on June 5, 2017 and then tied the knot in December 2018 in a picturesque beach ceremony in Sunset Key, FL.
Laura Dern's "Marriage Story" character isn't anything like the real-life divorce attorney she's supposedly based on ... so says the woman herself, who's kinda salty about the portrayal.
We ran into Disso Queen Laura Wasser Tuesday night at Craig's in WeHo and asked how she felt about the movie ... which many have speculated is not-so-loosely based on director Noah Baumbach's 2013 divorce from then-wife Jennifer Jason Leigh, who used Wasser.
Check it out ... Laura says there's not much similarity between herself and Dern's feisty Nora Fanshaw, who reps ScarJo in the movie and comes off as deceptively aggressive. Spoiler alert ... she ends up winning on behalf of her client, but the way she gets there sorta sucks.
LW has a funnier way of putting it -- she's a bit blunter in describing how LD was depicted, and she says it couldn't be further from the truth in how she handles her biz.
Finally, Laura offers up some sage advice to people who are actually going through a real divorce -- and it pretty much ends with her NOT getting hired. Interesting ...
Dennis Quaid is asking the court to adjust his child support payments for his 12-year-old twins -- but he's actually demanding to increase the amount because he's been on a roll.
Dennis filed docs acknowledging it's time to modify his child support agreement with his ex, Kimberly. Currently, he's paying $13,750 per month for Zoe and Thomas, but the agreement includes a kicker for when Dennis earns more than $1.3 million/year.
Well, he's blowing that out of the water now. According to the docs, obtained by TMZ, Dennis earned $550k per month through most of 2019 ... which works out to more than $6 mil for the year!!!
The 2018 agreement with Kimberly calls for Dennis to continue paying the base amount, but also add a percentage of his current earnings.
In his new docs, he says he wants the court to figure out what that adjusted support amount would be -- but then "make a below-guideline child support order based on the reasonable needs of Thomas and Zoe."
Sara Gilbert's hitting the slopes ... a decent way to keep her mind off splitting from her wife.
The "Roseanne" star was spotted Thursday in Aspen, Colorado, bundled up from head to toe in skiing gear. Hard to tell in the pic, but pretty sure she's enjoying the hell out of the outing ... ya'know, since she's an avid skier.
We broke the story ... Sara listed the date of separation from her musician wife as August 13. They have one son together, 4-year-old Rhodes Emilio Gilbert Perry. In docs, Sara also requested that no spousal support be awarded to either Perry or herself.
"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star made the revelation on Wednesday night's episode as she and her husband had a heated argument over the phone ... while Joe was in ICE custody.
Teresa shouted, "You made me sign a prenup, okay?" and later claimed in a confessional he asked her to sign it a week before they tied the knot ... much to her dismay. She said, "I just felt when you love someone, you don't do that."
Teresa went on to say she considered calling off the wedding over it, but decided instead to sign the prenup under one condition -- she made him add a clause stating if he ever cheated ... the prenup was off.
4:02 PM PT -- According to the docs ... Gilbert lists the date of separation as August 13. She requests that no spousal support be awarded to either Perry or herself.
The "Roseanne" star filed paperwork in L.A. Friday for a legal separation with minor children. The couple wed in March 2014 at a rock concert-like ceremony, and Gilbert gave birth to their son, Rhodes Emilio Gilbert Perry, in February 2015.
Sara also has 2 children from a previous relationship
It's interesting ... Gilbert, who created and cohosted the daytime talk show, "The Talk," announced she was leaving in April to spend more time with her family. Of course, at the time, the "Roseanne" spin-off, "The Conners," was also in full swing.
Perry is best known as the lead singer and songwriter of the '90s rock band, 4 Non Blondes, and has also founded 2 record labels and helped produce hits for artists like Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani and P!nk.
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They've only been engaged for two weeks, but Holly Sonders and pro gambler Vegas Dave are already talking divorce .... because you can actually BET MONEY if their relationship will last!!!
This is TRUE -- multiple online sports betting sites are taking real action on their relationship, from the length of marriage to honeymoon destination to when/if Holly gets pregnant!!
It's wild stuff -- but shouldn't be too shocking considering the wild prop bets we've seen in pro sports over the years (remember the "Will Katy Perry Show Cleavage" Super Bowl bet?!).
But, Holly and Dave aren't offended -- in fact, outside Avra in Bev Hills, the couple seemed pretty amused by the whole thing!
Of course, VD -- real name Dave Oancea -- proposed to the sports reporter/model during a trip to Cabo San Lucas earlier this mont after only a few weeks of dating.
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Not only did Holly accept, but she's proudly rocking the 10-carat yellow diamond ring all over town!
The two have been spotted all over L.A. together -- from the strip clubs to floor seats at Laker games ... flaunting their collection of super expensive Birkin bags.
So, will they get married? Where will they honeymoon? Holly gives out a clue in the footage ... just don't blame us if you actually bet and lose.
Sources directly connected to Liam and Miley tell TMZ, her lawyer will file legal docs Tuesday declaring the 2 have reached a settlement in their divorce.
The divorce was marked by significant bitterness on both sides, but that seems to have subsided as they decided it's better to move on than fight.
It really wasn't that difficult to ultimately settle up. They have no kids, she'll keep the animals and our sources tell us there's a prenup so dividing property wasn't all that tough.
The lawyers behind the settlement -- disso queen Laura Wasser repping Liam and Judith R. Forman repping Miley -- were able to quietly work through the stumbling blocks and submit the paperwork to the judge.
Liam's the one who filed for divorce back in August, citing irreconcilable differences. The divorce won't become final for 6 months after filing ... so they should be single in March.
Of all the famous TV wedding dresses out there -- from Monica's on "Friends" to Aunt Becky's on "Full House" -- the one that tops them all is "90 Day Fiance" star Larissa Lima's ... at least according to her ex-husband, who's trying to hawk it online.
Colt Johnson's listed an ad for the dress Larissa wore on their wedding day, touting it as a piece of television memorabilia "on par with Dorthys [sic] ruby slippers and back to the future delorean."
He calls it the "one and only famous wedding dress" worn by his ex-wife, and get this ... it can be yours for only $500.
Considering the average wedding dress cost in the U.S. is $1,000, this is quite a steal for a television-worn wedding dress more coveted than ones worn on shows like "Friends," "Gilmore Girls," "Sex and the City," "Jane the Virgin" or "Game of Thrones" ... according to Colt, of course.
Ian Ziering's willing to do a little horse-trading in his divorce ... he says he'll help out his estranged wife financially for a bit, but then she's gotta get a job.
The '90210' star just filed a response in his divorce case and, according to docs, Ian says he's down to pay Erin Ziering "reasonable spousal support for a limited period of time," but he's also requesting "an order that [Erin] become self-supporting."
In docs, obtained by TMZ, Ian's also asking for joint legal and physical custody of their 2 minor daughters. Erin has asked for sole physical custody when she filed divorce papers. Translation -- it's acrimonious.
There a discrepancy on the date of separation -- Erin listed October 31 while Ian listed October 14. As we reported ... Ian announced back in October he's splitting from Erin after 9 and a half years of marriage.
Erin had said Ian asked multiple times for a divorce. So, she's giving it to him.
11:56 AM PT -- According to the divorce docs -- obtained by TMZ -- Christina lists the couple's date of separation as April 19, 2019. She's asking the court to terminate the ability to award either spousal support and handle attorney's fees separately.
What's most interesting ... she wants to restore her last name to Hendricks.
'Mad Men' star Christina Hendricks has filed for divorce from her husband, Geoffrey Arend, after 10 years of marriage.
Hendricks filed docs in L.A. Friday, a few months after announcing the couple was going their separate ways. The two got hitched in 2009 and did not have any children together.
Back in October, the couple said, "12 years ago we fell in love and became partners. We joined our two amazing families, had countless laughs, made wonderful friends and were blessed with incredible opportunities."
They continued, "Today we take our next step together, but on separate paths. We will always be grateful for the love we’ve shared and will always work together to raise our two beautiful dogs."
Christina played Joan Holloway on "Mad Men" from 2007-2015. She also voiced the character of Gabby Gabby in "Toy Story 4." Arend is an actor as well, starring in ABC's "Body of Proof" and was in "Madam Secretary" for 5 seasons.
Christina and Geoffrey were introduced by Christina's former "Mad Men" costar Vincent Kartheiser. This was the first marriage for both Christina and Arend.
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11:52 AM PT -- According to the divorce docs -- obtained by TMZ -- Niecy lists the couple's date of separation as June 1, 2019 ... just 3 days after their 8-year anniversary. She wants the court to terminate the ability to award child support to either of them.
Niecy Nash is making her split from Jay Tucker official on paper ... she just filed for divorce.
Niecy filed legal docs in L.A. Thursday. As we reported ... they released a joint statement back in October their 8-year marriage was gonna come to an end. They said, at the time, that they realized at this stage of life they're "better friends than partners in marriage."
They added their union was such a gorgeous ride. They added, "We feel fortunate for the love we share -- present tense. Thank you all out there for your support of us as a couple over the last eight years. We are grateful."
As we reported ... Niecy and Jay -- an electrical engineer -- had a lavish wedding in front of 200 friends and family members. TLC televised the nuptials. Even til the end ... seems there's zero bad blood.
Originally published -- 12/12 5:24 PM PT