It has been more than a year since Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas declared the end of their 18-year marriage.
Today, reports have emerged the couple's divorce has now been finalised.
According to PEOPLE, the settlement signed on Friday will see Griffith receive spousal support of $65,000 per month and the couple's home in Aspen.
Assets from the pair's films will be divided evenly, including the earnings of Automata - a film starring both Melanie and Antonio, which was released after their separation in 2014.
The couple wed in 1996 after falling in love on the set of their Rom-Com Two Much.
That same year, they welcomed their only child, Stella, to the family. Griffith has two children from previous marriages, including 50 Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson.
PEOPLE reports the pair remain on good terms, with Griffith even posting photos of the family earlier this year on her Instagram page.