The divorce between Larsa Pippen and Scottie Pippen has been finalized.
After the duo’s lawyers attended a virtual hearing on Wednesday, January 5, attorney David J. Glass, in a statement to US Magazine, said: “I can confirm that Scottie and Larsa Pippen are now divorced and that the divorce was finalized on December 15, 2021. All issues were resolved amicably. The parties are now focusing successfully co-parenting their remaining minor children.”
Glass continued: ‘All issues were resolved amicably. The parties are now focusing [on] successfully co-parenting their remaining minor children.’
‘Larsa is relieved to have the entire process behind her and is happy that she and Scottie managed to keep their private lives largely private,’ Glass told Hollywood Life.
Last August, Larsa and the Chicago Bulls icon, 56, reportedly came to an accord on terms of the split for a judge to authorize it.
The former couple initially exchanged vows in 1997 and are parents to four children: Scotty Jr., 21, Preston, 20, Justin, 17, and Sophia, 14.
In 2016, the former couple said they were separating, but got back together briefly until Larsa’s filing in November of 2018.
Larsa in December of 2019 told the outlet that she and Scottie remained focused on co-parenting in the wake of their split, describing their relationship as ‘best friends.’
‘Our kids are amazing, and I feel like we both parent the same way,’ she told the outlet. ‘We’re really traditional in the way we raise our children. That’s really important.
‘We are obsessed with our kids. Scottie and I are both the same in a lot of ways. Family always comes first.’
According to The Blast, details of the financial settlement the former couple made were kept confidential.