Clint Eastwood's divorce from Dina Eastwood is final, ending a union that was entered into in 1996.
A judge signed off on the split Monday in Monterey, Radar Online reported Tuesday.
The couple, whose in-progress separation was confirmed in late August 2013, had squabbled over some details since she filed for divorce that October. According to TMZ, they actually split in June 2012. Dina Eastwood, 49, withdrew her legal-separation filing at one point in 2013, then went through with it.
The four-time Oscar winner, 84, reportedly tried to block her request for spousal support in a filing last December, likely invoking guidelines set out in a prenuptial agreement. It was unclear how that issue was resolved, TMZ reported Tuesday.
Their daughter, Morgan, turned 18 on Dec. 12, so the question of her physical custody -- Mom wanted it -- settled itself.
Eastwood, whose directorial effort "American Sniper" is slated to open Jan. 16, has most recently been romantically linked to a woman named Christina Sandera, who worked as a hostess at his Mission Ranch Hotel.
In the wake of his separation, the "Gran Torino" star had been involved with photographer Erica Tomlinson-Fisher, Radar reported, while the "Mrs. Eastwood and Company" matriarch dated Tomlinson-Fisher's ex Scott Fisher, who's now the basketball coach at San Diego State University.
Clint Eastwood's marriage to the former Dina Ruiz was his second.