Ariana Grande: how much will her divorce from Dalton Gomez cost her?

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After three years of dating, Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez announced their divorce this summer. Since then, everything seems to have happened very quickly.

For Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez, divorce seems to be just a formality. Separated since February, it only took them a few weeks to decide on the terms of their breakup. According to the American media “The Blast”, they would not have had a lot of disagreements thanks to their prenuptial contract. Ariana Grande should, in fact, pay a comfortable amount to her ex-husband. Documents obtained by “The Blast” show that the singer and actress will award $1,250,000 net to Dalton Gomez. A tidy sum that she will give him in a single payment, so as not to pay pension.

According to information from the American site, the real estate agent will also recover half of the amount from the sale of their villa in Los Angeles, as well as $25,000 in lawyer fees paid by Ariana.

Regarding this divorce, a source close to the couple told TMZ that “ “There remains a strong bond of love and mutual respect between Ariana and Dalton and they wanted to be sure that everything was done in harmony between both parties.”

For now, all that is missing is the judge’s approval so that the two celebrities can calmly focus on their new lives. For Ariana, we have known since mid-summer that she is in a relationship with Ethan Selter, her acting partner on the film “Wicked”. For his part, Dalton Gomez was seen in a bar kissing Maika Monroe last weekend.


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