Three years after announcing their separation, Ian Ziering and Erin Ludwig have completed their divorce. On Monday, October 3, the former Beverly Hills, 90210 star’s legal action has been “resolved.” On the same day, a decision was submitted to a Superior Court in Los Angeles County.
They have finalized their divorce arrangement in writing, but are waiting for a judge’s signature before they can formally end their marriage.
The 58-year-old Sharknado actor and his 37-year-old ex-wife have settled their divorce and child support arrangements in an amicable, uncontested divorce.
According to the paperwork, the exes have agreed to share custody of their two kids, Mia, 11, and Penna, 9. Ziering will also make a child support payment.
The divorce between the couple, who were married for nine years, was announced in October 2019 by the New Jersey native.
Former BH90210 star: “It is with a sad heart that I inform you Erin and I are parting up” We’re both ridiculously busy with our careers, and in the years since we’ve gradually drifted away. She is the finest mother to our children and one of the most remarkable ladies I have ever encountered.
He promised that the couple will “continue to get along, protect and raise our girls, and be examples of effective co-parents.”
According to Ludwig, it was Ziering who “asked for a divorce” many times. She stated in her own Instagram post, “After having requested several times I felt it was time to give up.” “It’s a relief to know that I’m not the one who needs to make him happy.”
‘The daughters and I are doing fantastic, finding appreciation and love in our new life together and rebuilding,’ the aesthetic RN continued.
The lifestyle blogger filed for divorce with “little children” in Los Angeles less than a week later.
In June of 2020, the Us verified that the Zombie Tidal Wave actor had moved on from his breakup and was dating again. Ziering reportedly used the celebrity dating app, Raya, a source told Us at the time. From 1997 to 2002, the Malibu Rescue actor was married to model Nikki Ziering.
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