As the almost ex-couple divides up their lives and assets, according to court documents, the One Tree Hill actress will end up owing the former tight end $292,400 "immediately upon fully executing this agreement." The documents were signed by Kramer herself as of Friday May,14.
In addition to the $292,400, the 37-year-old singer will, according to documents, pay an additional $300,000 as a “full and final settlement of any and all claims” Caussin "may have in and to said marital estate."
Both the former athlete and the Love At First Bark actress will be responsible for their respective legal fees and each will take one of the two joint bank accounts that they share. While Kramer will remain at the head of her two businesses, Sophia Dog Inc. and Moms and Babes LLC, Caussin will keep his 2013 Ford F150 Raptor.
The former couple share two children — daughter Jolie, 5, and son Jace, 2. They are both seeking joint custody of both children.
This comes as another low in Kramer's marriage to Caussin. The former couple announced their split in April via Instagram with Kramer stating, "I've given everything I have, and now I have nothing else to give."
In divorce documents, the mom of two cited "inappropriate marital conduct, irreconcilable differences and adultery." as the reason for her separation from the former NFL player. There has been no word from Caussin himself regarding the allegations and impending divorce.
This is not the first time that the couple has faced fidelity issues. The two split up in September of 2016, only a little more than a year after their May 2015 wedding, after allegations arose that Caussin had been unfaithful with several women and was seeking treatment for a sex addiction.
The two reconciled and signed a postnuptial agreement in November of 2016 and renewed their vows in 2017.
In an interview with EXTRA on Monday, May 17, Kramer explained that her daughter is aware of what is happening with their family and how extremely painful it is for her as a mother but is hoping for the best.
“Jolie knows and she’s kind of telling everyone, which kind of breaks my heart. She’s like, ‘Daddy and Mommy have different houses....They’ve always had both of us. Both of us are essentially stay-at-home parents. … I think now that we’re getting into a good parenting schedule, they’ll be OK.”