It’s finally over for Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida.
The pair, who both starred on Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” have reached a divorce settlement. According to TMZ, they’ve officially agreed on spousal support and the division of marital assets.
Documents linked to the judgement have been marked confidential, leaving it unclear who got what.
Parks, 43, and Nida have also settled on custody of sons Dylan and Ayden. The former “RHOA” star has been granted primary physical custody while her husband serves time in prison for fraud.
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In the meantime Nida, 38, will get two phone calls a week with the children.
The ruling comes nearly three years after Parks and Nida’s first divorce filing in October 2014. The estranged couple was previously granted a divorce, only to have it overturned by a judge in March.
At the time, TMZ reported that the judge felt the ruling was unfair to Nida. Parks was accused of misleading her soon-to-be ex-husband and “intentionally misspelling the parties names,” among other things.
Court documents suggested Nida was lead to believe he’d be able to attend future divorce hearings, despite being imprisoned. That was never the case, hence the judges’ worries he’d been bamboozled.
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Nida was never informed about the final court hearing in the divorce case, nor was he served paper work informing him that his marriage to Parks had officially been dissolved.
Around the same time, Nida became engaged to Sherien Almufti, a woman he’d been close with since 2013. Parks’ rep Steve Honig told TMZ he and his client was confused “why a man who is engaged and enjoys frequent visits with his fiancée would work so aggressively to avoid ending his marriage.”
“Regardless, Phaedra is reviewing her options with her attorney to determine the most efficient path toward ending this marriage so she can move forward and focus on raising strong, healthy and happy children,” Honig added.
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