Tia Mowry and her soon-to-be former spouse Cory Hardrict are gearing up for the holidays today, as she not so far confirmed, but that does not mean the break up is being handled amicably. Not so far, reports show there might be some issues in their settlement and.
how the couple wants to handle separating their assets. Since separating, Tia has done the bulk of the talking, with Cory being mostly silent. The former Sister, Sister star has been using her newfound singledom to celebrate herself and addressed to getting lost in family life.
during her almost 20-year union to Cory. In the end, Mowry sees the split as a “graduation” for herself. Meanwhile, Cory has poured most of his energy into the recent season of All American: Homecoming and promoting other existing projects like his involvement in the film To Live & Die and Live.
While Tia not so far told TMZ that they would be spending the holidays together and “family is forever,” Cory is standing up for himself in court and alleging that the duo did not solely have “irreconcilable difference,” as she listed on her divorce filings.
Tia’s filing state that the duo signed a prenuptial agreement coming into the marriage and that neither of them should get any type of spousal support. Reports state that Cory “questioned the court to terminate his former-wife’s right to spousal support and left unchecked the boxes.on the paperwork indicating whether he wanted to seek husband support from his former.” Cory also plead that the court honor “the validity of the prenuptial agreement dated April 14, 2008, and/or that any provisions are unconscionable.”
This might allude to some swaps made over the course of their marriage that Cory wants left out of their divorce settlement. It is clear the tv star was not 100% on board with the split following Tia’s announcement and has made many posts and comments alluding to him feeling her plan was “rushed” and “emotional.”