Jon and Kate Gosselin's ten-year marriage is now history.
TMZ reports that Judge Arthur Tilson has signed the final divorce papers, severing marital ties between Jon, 32, and, Kate, 34.
On Wednesday an arbitrator ruled how the former spouses would divide their real estate and other assets. While most of those details remain confidential, Kate's attorney confirmed that the former reality mom "will continue to reside with all eight of her children in the former marital home" in Wernersville, Penn.
Kate noted, "I am very relieved that our divorce has been finalized, and I look forward to the New Year, focusing on our children" and "restructuring our lives."
It won't be Jon's last time in court, however. Last Thursday Dec. 10, Jon was ordered by a Maryland judge to stop making media appearances. TLC claims the reality dad had been violating a contract with the network.
TLC aired the final episode of Jon and Kate Plus Eight Nov. 23. Kate admitted to the cameras that her new life as a single mom was a struggle. "Don't kid yourself," she said. "When I'm driving to get school supplies with the kids or try on shoes . . . it always crosses my mind that I should be in the passenger seat and Jon should be driving. Every single time."