Vanderpump Rules stars Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz finalize their divorce

Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz of Vanderpump Rules have finalized their divorce after announcing their split in March.

Katie, 35, and Tom, 39. went their separate ways after five years of marriage and 12 years together.

The final judgement, which was submitted on Wednesday, also included details on how they split their assets and properties, according to Us Weekly.

The latest: Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz of Vanderpump Rules have finalized their divorce after announcing their split in March; pictured March 19, 2017 at Watch What Happens Live

The stars will split the profits of the sale of their LA home down the middle, which went for $2.595 million.

Katie and Tom will also split the rest of their assets based on which person’s name it is under, including cars and jewelry. 

The duo agreed to a divorce settlement on Monday, according to People and was waiting on the last step in the process of a divorce – when a judge signs off on the paperwork.

In the settlement, both parties waived claims to future spousal support and have agreed how to split their assets. 

End of an era: The stars went their separate ways after five years of marriage and 12 years together; seen together June 27, 2017 in LA

End of an era: The stars went their separate ways after five years of marriage and 12 years together; seen together June 27, 2017 in LA 

Tom and Katie announced their divorce plans in mid-March after five years of marriage and 12 years together; they have no children together.

Katie filed for divorce soon after that same month, filing the documents at LA County Superior Court. 

‘After 12 years on an adventure through life together Tom and I are ending our marriage,’ Katie said in a statement at the time. ‘This ending is not met with resentment or animosity, no sides to choose. We have deep admiration for one another that will always remain and we cherish our friendship. Although we may be on different paths we will continue to love and support one another’s happiness.’ 

She continued, ‘Although we may be on different paths we will continue to love and support one another’s happiness. Thank you for all the kind words and support.’ 

The way they were: Tom and Katie announced their divorce plans in mid-March after five years of marriage and 12 years together; they have no children together; seen November 2, 2016 in NYC

The way they were: Tom and Katie announced their divorce plans in mid-March after five years of marriage and 12 years together; they have no children together; seen November 2, 2016 in NYC

Filed: Their agreement came just six months after Maloney initially filed for divorce near the end of March. She cited irreconcilable differences in the petition for divorce

Filed: Their agreement came just six months after Maloney initially filed for divorce near the end of March. She cited irreconcilable differences in the petition for divorce

Sources close to the couple said the pair were fighting quite a bit near the end of their relationship. 

‘They tried for a long time to make it work but the truth is they’ve been struggling as a couple these past few months,’ one source told Us Weekly back in March. 

The stars are still on good terms. Tom appeared as a guest on Katie’s podcast You’re Gonna Love Me with Katie Maloney last month.

On good terms: The pair are still on good terms. Schwartz appeared as a guest on Maloney's podcast You're Gonna Love Me with Katie Maloney last month (Schwartz pictured April 2022)

On good terms: The pair are still on good terms. Schwartz appeared as a guest on Maloney’s podcast You’re Gonna Love Me with Katie Maloney last month (Schwartz pictured April 2022)

He said, ‘We’re still hanging out, not in an unhealthy, exorbitant way, but we give each other space, boundaries. We’re still buddies, we still check in on each other.’

‘I’m happy that we’re still close,’ he continued. ‘I think, relatively speaking, we’ve done a damn good job divorcing each other.’ 

While they still care about one another, the pair have each indicated that they’re moving on in their personal lives. 

Moving on: Maloney went as far as saying she was 'open' to dating though she's not actively looking for a relationship (pictured Sept. 10, 2022)

Moving on: Maloney went as far as saying she was ‘open’ to dating though she’s not actively looking for a relationship (pictured Sept. 10, 2022)

Maloney went as far as saying she’s ‘open’ to dating though she’s not actively looking for a relationship.

‘The dating apps really scare me so I don’t know if that will happen or definitely not anytime soon,’ she admitted. ‘But I mean, let’s say if I was, like, out and there was, like, some little kissing sort of situation, I wouldn’t turn it down. I’m open because I think it could be maybe potentially healthy or maybe good for the ego.’ 

They were already dating in 2013 when Vanderpump Rules premiered; they wed in 2016 but later revealed they were not legally married.

In 2019, they exchanged vows for a second time in Las Vegas, obtaining a marriage license.

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