Justin Bieber's manager officially pulled the plug on his marriage by filing on Wednesday in Los Angeles.
Scooter is asking for joint custody of the former couple's two children -- sons Jagger, 6, Levi, 4, and daughter Hart, 2.
When it comes to money, the music mogul -- who also reps Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, and more -- agrees to pay Yael spousal support, despite her dad being a billionaire.
Scooter's lawyer -- powerhouse Laura Wasser -- has already worked out a prenup for the duo, so dividing assets should be a cinch.
The rumor mill began to turn weeks ago regarding Scooter and Yael's marriage, but he desperately tried to hide any evidence of a split.
He even took to social media on what would have been their 7-year anniversary and played it off with a sappy message.
While the world may have found their breakup shocking, Radar is told the ex's inner circle wasn't surprised with an insider revealing Yael didn't appreciate the way he handled his Taylor Swift feud.
Swifties will remember how upset the singer was with Scooter after he purchased her music catalog, with her expressing she had been screwed over in the deal.
Despite Yael posting a message of support for her then-husband, Radar has learned that behind closed doors, it was a different story.
Sources say Yael wasn't happy with Scooter regarding his behavior towards Taylor.
The music mogul doesn't appear too upset about his marriage crumbling because days ago, he jetted to Mexico with his buddies and couldn't wipe the smile off his face.
Scooter was seemingly living his best life in Cabo as a single man while Yael took care of their children at home.
Despite several reports claiming the two were just taking "a break," Radar has been told from the beginning that their separation had been brewing for a while and was serious.