Both actors can move on with their separate lives after eight years of marriage.
Josh Brolin and Diane Lane have finalized their divorce at Los Angeles' County Superior Court on November 27. The couple were married for eight years before announcing their separation earlier this year. She initiated the divorce in February, citing "irreconcilable differences".
In the divorce documents, Brolin and Lane met the middle in the financial agreement, which is kept private. The "Cinema Verite" actress will not seek spousal support from Brolin and will reportedly drop "Brolin" from her legal name.
Lane was previously married to actor Christopher Lambert and had one daughter with him. Brolin was married to actress Alice Adair with whom he has one son and one daughter.
Brolin recently entered himself to rehab for substance abuse. "He realized he needed help and is committed to his sobriety," an insider told Us Weekly. The "Gangster Squad" actor has been battling addiction to alcohol which led him to some incidents last month. He got into a bar fight with a security guard at O'Briens Irish Pub in Santa Monica, California and rear-ended a taxi before speeding off.