• Joe and Teresa Guidice are officially no longer married
  • Joe's final appeal for deportation was denied in April
  • Teresa is selling their family home after her divorce from Joe was finalized

Teresa and Joe Giudice are officially single and no longer married following the finalization of their divorce.

Teresa and Joe had been married for 20 years. Vikki Ziegler, a top New Jersey divorce attorney, assisted the exes by mediating their divorce. Ziegler confirmed in a statement sent to Entertainment Tonight that their marriage is officially over eight months after their split.

"I am so proud of Joe and Teresa for working together and resolving all of their matrimonial issues through the mediation process. Despite the pandemic and difficulty of Joe residing in Italy full time, with the use of technology, the couple was able to work together for the best interests of their children to come to terms on all open topics relative to their marriage," the statement read.

"Today Joe and Teresa have demonstrated that they can co-parent despite their marital differences and have a successful relationship in order to raise these beautiful children and show that they can still love and honor one another even if they’re no longer married."

Ziegler added that the Giudices have endured tremendous amount of pain and sadness and the divorce is "bittersweet" but both are optimistic about their future. He added that Joe and Teresa are amicable and will remain in each other's lives as they embark their separate journeys.

Following the finalization of their divorce, Teresa listed their family home on the market. The Giudice's estate has six bedrooms and five and a half bathroom. The property is located in Montville, New Jersey and spans 10,000 square feet. The house has a formal living room and dining room, a wine cellar and a grand entryway, Us Weekly reported.

The listing of the property came a little over a month after Teresa recruited designer Jimmy DeLaurentis to revamp the place. Teresa and Joe raised their four daughters, Gia, 19, Gabriella, 16, Milania, 15, and Audriana, 11, in the property.

In December 2019, a source told ET that Teresa had been living like a single mom after Joe was incarcerated on charges of mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud. The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star has dedicated herself to her kids and career. She was also aware that Joe could get deported. It just happened so fast than they expected.

"Teresa is very realistic about the past," a source said.

"She has known for a while that things weren’t going to work out between them. Their marriage had been through far too much for them to start over. She's ready for a new start for 2020.”

In April, Joe's final appeal for deportation was denied. He was brokenhearted because for him, he always felt that he belongs in the United States with his family and not in Italy.

Teresa Giudice, Joe Giudice
Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice, photographed at Mount Airy Casino in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania, are pictured on March 5, 2016. Getty Images