In a remarkably swift divorce process, Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet concluded their marital dissolution within the same week they officially filed court documents. According to reports obtained by The Times, the dissolution papers, citing “irreconcilable differences,” reveal that Bonet listed their date of separation as October 7, 2020 — coinciding with their wedding anniversary.
The court documents on Wednesday, disclosed that Momoa and Bonet have opted for joint custody of their two children – 16-year-old Lola Iolani Momoa and 15-year-old Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa.
The official termination of their marriage is slated for July 9, complying with California’s mandatory six-month waiting period.The report further states that financial matters between the couple, have been settled amicably. The two have agreed to share living expenses, with neither party paying child support to the other.
Additionally, both Momoa and Bonet have waived the right to receive spousal support.
The ‘Aquaman’ star chose to keep his separation from his wife under wraps until January 2022 when they released a joint statement addressing their decision to part ways.

“We have all felt the squeeze and changes of these transformational times… A revolution is unfolding – and our family is of no exception… feeling and growing from the seismic shifts occurring,” the couple shared in a 2022 statement posted on Momoa’s Instagram, seemingly alluding to the challenges posed by the pandemic and recent social movements.
“And so – We share our Family news -That we are parting ways in marriage.”
Momoa was most recently seen in the film ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’. Although the movie failed to make a mark at the box office, the actor is reportedly set to return as his character in the upcoming DCEU films.

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