According to Cook’s divorce filing, the equestrian does not want to pay spousal support to the actress, and he doesn’t expect anything from her, either.
The former pair must have made the decision together, as Cuoco also requested in her filing last week that the court terminate its ability to award spousal support to both her or Cook as well.
The documents obtained by Radar show that Cook is also in agreement with the Big Bang Theory alum in that their marriage is irreversibly damaged.
As OK! previously reported, the actress officially filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, September 3, where she cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their split.
Cuoco also requested in the documents that the pair separate their belongings, with the actress keeping “miscellaneous jewelry and other personal effects…earrings and accumulations...before marriage, during marriage, and after the date of separation.”
“There are additional separate property assets and obligations of each party as mandated by the parties’ Prenuptial Agreement,” the documents read.
The Wedding Ringer star also asked that both she and her estranged husband take care of their own legal fees.
Cook filed his response later that day, a notion that is often considered unusual in divorce proceedings.
Speculation began swirling that the pair had worked out an agreement before filing, as they seem to be on the same page about all of the details, and both had the same lawyer, Chloe Wolam, listed.
Both Cuoco and Cook did not list a specific date of separation.
The pair made a joint statement to announce the news to the public, writing: “Despite a deep love and respect for one another, we have realized that our current paths have taken us in opposite directions.”
“We have both shared so much of our journey publicly so while we would prefer to keep this aspect of our personal life private, we wanted to be forthcoming in our truth together. There is no anger or animosity, quite the contrary,” the statement read.