Martin and Jwan Yosef announced they were parting ways in early July.
“We have decided to end our marriage with love, respect and dignity for our children,” the singer and painter announced in a joint statement.
Martin’s lawyers said the claim by the nephew, which he has since recanted, has cost the singer millions of dollars in lost income.
"I don’t wish this upon anybody," the two-time Grammy winner said after a Puerto Rico court dismissed the case this week.
"This was never anything more than a troubled individual making false allegations," the two-time Grammy winner's legal team declared.
The "Livin' la Vida Loca" singer is also facing a lawsuit from a former talent manager who claims she's owed $3 million in commissions.
Martin allegedly loitered by the petitioner's house at least three times following a breakup, according to Puerto Rican newspaper El Vocero.
The new docuseries tells the story of the iconic pop group, and examines how the music industry helped create an obsession with male youth and talent.
The Latin pop superstar will lend his support and promote tolerance via social media posts, video messages and narrating exhibitions.
Speaking to Apple Music's "Proud Radio," the Latin pop superstar urged the LGBTQ people community to "join forces" with the Black Lives Matter movement.