Married to Medicine’s Quad Webb Finalizes Divorce From Gregory Lunceford After Reaching Settlement, She Talks ‘Happiness’ on Instagram

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Married to Medicine's Quad Webb Finalizes Divorce From Husband Gregory Lunceford

Quad Webb and her former husband, Dr. Gregory Lunceford, have finalized their divorce.

About a year and a half after the Married to Medicine cast member filed for divorce following six years of marriage, the ex-couple has informed the court that they have reached a settlement.

According to The Blast, Quad and Gregory were not forced to attend a court trial because they were able to come to an agreement.

A final judgement in their divorce case was made on October 4.

Earlier this year, Quad attempted to put a quick end to her divorce from Greg by requesting that the court help her stop him from dragging his feet when it came to turning in the necessary documents to move forward with their divorce. According to Quad, she tried to come to an agreement with Gregory outside of the court but claimed he was making it hard on her.

After filing her divorce documents in May 2018, Quad requested that Gregory submit financial records pertaining to his businesses, as well as information regarding any property he owns, including his homes, cars, and other valuable items. As she explained, she needed to know about Gregory’s assets so she could officially end their marriage.

Following the finalization of their divorce, Quad spent time in Havana, Cuba.

She also shared several positive messages with selfies on Instagram.

“This smile reminds me of sunshine and blue skies! Happiness is key,” she captioned one photo of herself smiling.

Throughout the past year on Married to Medicine, Quad has accused her husband of domestic abuse and infidelity, which he’s denied.

Meanwhile, according to Gregory, it was Quad who withdrew from their marriage years ago.

“She moved out of the bedroom a few years ago. She never did anything marital. She had severe withdrawal from the marriage as early as 2014,” he revealed during an appearance on Frank and Wanda In the Morning. “Everytime we went to counseling or therapy, I was the one who set it up. In fact, there were times when she wouldn’t even show up for the therapy session.”

Married to Medicine season seven airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.

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