Crocodile Dundee is back in the wild.
Paul Hogan and wife Linda Hogan have finalized their divorce, roughly nine months after Linda filed for the split after 23 years of marriage.
Over the years they starred in three Crocodile Dundee films together, starting with the original in 1986, and tied the knot on May 5, 1990.
According to court documents filed last week and obtained by E! News, they have agreed to share custody of 15-year-old son Chance, but there is one thing that Paul wanted all to himself.
The 74-year-old Australian actor insisted that he retain sole ownership of the "Crocodile Dundee" name, it being his biggest claim to fame.
Also per the divorce paperwork, Hogan does not have to pay child support, per se, but has agreed to be solely responsible for Chance's school tuition.
Linda, who is going back to using her maiden name of Kozlowski, is getting $5.775 million in the split, and she can keep her 2013 Mini Cooper and all of the furniture, art and jewelry in her possession, as well as the money in several bank accounts. She can continue to live in their Venice home in Los Angeles until the end of 2017, when she'll have an option to buy the residence from Paul for $1.59 million.
Paul, meanwhile, retains a 2010 Jeep Liberty, all of the personal property currently in his possession, including his SAG pension, money in several bank accounts and, perhaps most importantly, ownership of the "Crocodile Dundee" moniker.
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum