Divorce filings indicate finalized split between Hollywood couple Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet

 January 11, 2024

The marriage between Hollywood superstar Jason Momoa and former TV star Lisa Bonet was formally ended with an agreement reached on the same day that their divorce papers were officially filed, the New York Post's Page Six reported.

According to court documents obtained by the outlet, "The parties have a written agreement that will be submitted to the court, or a stipulation for judgment will be submitted to the court" in the "uncontested" divorce proceedings.

That agreement reportedly covers how the couple's property will be split up, waives future marital rights claims, and includes joint legal and physical custody of their two children -- Lola, 16, and Nakoa-Wolf, 15.

Married in 2017, split apart in 2020

TMZ was the first to report on Monday that Bonet, former star of "The Cosby Show" and "A Different World," had filed for a divorce from "Aquaman" star Momoa.

The pair who reportedly began dating in 2005 eventually got married in 2017, but the filing lists Oct. 7, 2020, as their date of separation -- well before they publicly announced that they had decided to split up in a social media post in January 2022.

The outlet noted that this was Momoa's first marriage but the second marriage for Bonet, who was previously wedded to musician-singer Lenny Kravitz, with whom she shares daughter Zoe Kravitz, 35.

Filing comes roughly two years after separation publicly announced

According to USA Today, the court filing from Bonet cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the divorce and also indicated that neither party disputed the split or would seek spousal support against the other.

The divorce comes almost two years to the day when they jointly announced on Instagram that they were "parting ways" after having "felt the squeeze and changes of these transformational times."

"The love between us carries on, evolving in ways it wishes to be known and lived," the couple added at the time. "We free each other -- to be who we are learning to become …"

Divorce won't be official until July

Fox News reported that an apparent immediate result of the divorce is that Momoa is now essentially homeless, at least according to remarks he shared this week with an "Entertainment Tonight" reporter.

"Bro, I don't even have a home right now," he told the reporter. "I live on the road. So, I'm down to New Zealand to start ‘Minecraft.’ I hope everyone loves it." In addition to that movie project, Momoa also spoke about a separate series called "On The Roam" that he has been working on which features him traveling around the country on a motorcycle to meet with various artisans and craftsmen as part of his broader "quest for inspiration."

The outlet further reported that, according to the filed agreement, Bonet and Momoa have "forever" waived their rights to "seek or receive" both spousal and child support from either party and will "share the living expenses" of their children until they are adults.

"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," the filing stated. "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."

Per California law, despite the divorce seemingly being finalized by the agreement and an entered judgment, the split won't be made official until six months later on July 9.

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