Two years after their separation, Lisa Bonet has officially submitted divorce papers, formally ending her marriage with Jason Momoa. The petition, filed on Monday, cites irreconcilable differences as the grounds for the divorce, as detailed in documents obtained by Fox News Digital. The couple has mutually agreed on the division of their assets, with no financial support specified for either party.
According to the legal documents, Bonet and Momoa will share joint custody of their two children: 16-year-old daughter Lola and 15-year-old son Nakoa-Wolf. Despite their initial meeting in 2005, Bonet and Momoa tied the knot in 2017. Notably, the separation date is listed as October 2020, over a year before the public announcement of their separation.
The divorce process is expected to take six months, pending approval from a Los Angeles judge, as reported by The Associated Press. Momoa’s marriage to Bonet was his first, while Bonet had previously been married to musician Lenny Kravitz, with whom she shares a daughter, Zoë Kravitz, recently engaged to actor Channing Tatum.
In January 2022, the couple took to Instagram to share a joint statement about their separation. The statement acknowledged the transformative times and described the family as experiencing the shifts together. Emphasizing their decision to make the separation public, they expressed a desire to navigate their lives with dignity and honesty. The statement concluded by highlighting the enduring love between them, evolving in ways unique to each individual and their unwavering devotion to their children, imparting valuable lessons, and embracing the possibilities of life.