Here's all we know about Ariana Grande, Dalton Gomez’s divorce settlement

Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez dated for almost a year before tying the knot in 2021

By Javeria Shahid October 07, 2023
Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez exchanged vows after five months of their engagement
Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez exchanged vows after five months of their engagement

Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez may have a bittersweet relationship but now they are ending things on good note.

The pop singer, 30 and the luxury real estate agent, 28, settled divorce in Los Angeles on Friday, October 6, winding up their two years of marriage.

According to Page Six, a source shared, “ Ariana and Dalton really wanted to take care of each through all of this and make it as easy on one another as possible — which is why they really took their time with everything.”

The insider went on to explain that none of them have hard feelings, instead, “they have a strong mutual respect for each other.”

The outlet also cited that rather than receiving a fixed amount of money from the Everyday vocalist every month, Gomez is getting a significant one-time 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, reported by TMZ.

This lump sum amount seems a more favorable financial arrangement for the successful realtor over monthly spousal support.

As per the divorce agreement, the 7 Rings hitmaker’s former husband will be having a continued 24-hour security as she wants to ensure her ex’s safety and privacy following their split.

In a filing on September 18, with the Los Angeles Superior Court the Dangerous Woman crooner requested that their prenuptial agreement should be honored.

Grande had previously asked for the division of community property as outlined in the prenuptial agreement. 

However, specific terms of the contract were not revealed.

The estranged couple separated on February 20, as indicated in the divorce filings made last month.

Ariana Grande's renowned attorney, Laura Waser, cited "irreconcilable differences" as the cause of their separation.