Comedian Ali Wong has officially settled her divorce from ex-husband Justin Hakuta, just months after filing for the split in December 2023. According to court documents obtained by, Wong informed the court that the former couple had "entered into a written agreement regarding their property and their marriage ... including support."

Wong, who cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the divorce, had initially asked the court to award her joint legal and physical custody of their two minor daughters. The date of separation was listed as April 10, 2022, just days before they publicly announced their decision to part ways. The entertainer also revealed that they had signed a prenup before their marriage in 2014 and requested for it to be enforced.

In response to the divorce filing, Hakuta agreed with Wong about splitting custody of their children. Regarding spousal support, he noted, "The Parties are in mediation and intend to resolve all." A source close to the couple told People at the time that the split was "amicable" and that they would "continue to co-parent lovingly."

The couple, who met at a friend's wedding in 2010, had been through a lot together, and Wong has described their divorce as "very unconventional." In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter earlier this year, she revealed that she and Hakuta are "best friends" following their split. "We're really, really close; we're best friends," she said. "We've been through so much together. It's a very unconventional divorce."

Interestingly, Wong recently shared that the media coverage of her divorce had an unexpected impact on her dating life. During a comedy show at the Netflix Is a Joke Fest in Los Angeles, the 42-year-old comedian admitted to feeling "really embarrassed and ashamed" about her breakup. However, she was surprised to discover that the news of her divorce acted as a "bat signal" for potentially interested men.

"I didn't realize that all of these media outlets were acting like a bat signal letting all potentially interested men know," Wong said. "I've never been pursued this much in my life." She even joined a dating app during her separation from Hakuta, but found that men were approaching her without the need for technology.

One such pursuer was none other than her current boyfriend, actor Bill Hader. Wong recalled how Hader had reached out to her after hearing about her divorce, expressing his long-standing crush on her and his desire to make her his girlfriend. Despite her initial hesitation, Hader's romantic gestures, including sending flowers to her at each hotel she stayed at during a European vacation, eventually won her over.

Wong joked about her newfound enjoyment of the single life, saying, "I never thought I would have this much fun at this stage in my life. Divorce is so fun. I just want to get married again, just so I could get divorced again." Hader even made a surprise appearance at the end of her comedy show, playfully warning the audience that "Ali Wong is off the market."