Anthony LaPaglia’s divorce from wife Gia Carides has been finalized.

According to TMZ, LaPaglia and Carides will share joint physical custody of their daughter Bridget, whom they welcomed in January 2003. Carides will get $870 a month for child support, and in the event LaPaglia earns more than $182,000, the 52-year-old actress will also get 10 percent of that sum of money.

LaPaglia and Carides, who were both born in Australia, did not sign any prenuptial agreement, so all the earnings they made and the properties they purchased during their marriage will be equally split between them.

The 57-year-old “Without a Trace” actor will get to keep his two Mercedes-Benz cars, a 2012 Ford truck, three Ducati bikes, four other motorcycles and a Steinway & Sons baby grand piano.

The “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” actress, on the other hand, will get a one-off payment of $12,000 from LaPaglia and a monthly spousal support of $2,234.

LaPaglia filed for divorce from Carides, citing irreconcilable differences, in April 2015. TMZ noted that the actor signed the legal documents on Feb. 19 that year but waited a month and a half to file them.

During an appearance on “Inside the Actors Studio” in 2009, LaPaglia said that he met Carides at a party. The two then starred together in Ben Lewin’s 1994 romantic comedy film “Paperback Romance” and wed four years after, according the Daily Mail.

Prior to his relationship with Carides, LaPaglia was previously married to actress Cherie Michan, who had a small role as a dancer in the 1982 film, “Annie.”

LaPaglia will be next seen in “Annabelle 2,” which is slated for a May 19, 2017 release. He also stars in upcoming films “The Toy Gun” and “(Re) Assignment.”

Carides, meanwhile, will appear in Showtime’s forthcoming “Twin Peaks” revival and in HBO’s comedy series “Big Little Lies.”

Gia Carides, Anthony LaPaglia “Annabelle 2” actor Anthony LaPaglia’s divorce from wife Gia Carides has been finalized. Pictured: LaPaglia and Carides attend the Tropfest@Tribeca after party at PJ Clarke's April 28, 2006 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Evan Agostini