Debra Messing and her husband are officially divorced.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas entered a divorce judgment on Tuesday, more than three years after the former "Will & Grace" star filed to end her marriage writer-producer Daniel Zelman.
In September, the actress told CBS News of playing a single mom, "It's a very hard juggling act, to be a single mom -- a working mom. That's my situation in my real life, so it's constantly trying to keep things balanced and trying to be the best employee you can be when you can and the best mom when you can."
The judgment ends their marriage, but it does not address any custody or financial arrangements.
Zelman is the co-creator of the Netflix series "Bloodline" and co-created the television drama "Damages," which starred Glenn Close and Rose Byrne.
The 47-year-old actress won an Emmy Award in 2003 for her role in "Will & Grace." She now stars in the NBC police detective series "The Mysteries of Laura."
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