Meagan Good And Estranged Husband DeVon Franklin Settle Divorce “No spousal Support” – Meagan Did Not Go To Court

Looks like Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin have settled their divorce and neither party will have spousal support.

Even though Meagan did not go to court the two agreed that Franklin would handle all the paperwork with regard to the divorce.

They also have an agreement on how assets will be split.

According to court documents obtained by Radaronline DeVon asked the judge presiding over his case to grant him a default since Meagan has not shown up to court.

DeVon says Meagan agreed to let him handle the paperwork on his own. His filing states they hashed out a deal regarding the division of their property and assets.

Per their agreement, they terminated the right to request spousal support and Meagan’s former name will be restored.

DeVon filed for divorce from Meagan in December citing “irreconcilable differences.”

The couple released a joint statement stating they had “decided to go into our futures separately” but would be “forever connected.”

The couple added, “there’s no one at fault, we believe this is the next best chapter in the evolution of our love.”

They said they were “extremely thankful to God for the testimony being created inside us both and for blessing our lives with each other.”

Records show after he filed his petition, he immediately handed over his financial information to his ex. Meagan never bothered hiring a lawyer nor has she filed anything on her own.

Now, DeVon is asking for the case to be finalized without the actress appearing before the judge.

He alludes to a prenup or postnup checking the box that reads, “the issues subject to disposition by the court in this proceeding are the subject of a written agreement.”

DeVon also says there are no issues of child, spousal, or partner support. He says he is not asking for any money, property, costs, or attorney fees from Meagan.

A judge has yet to sign off.

Records show after he filed his petition, he immediately handed over his financial information to his ex. Meagan never bothered hiring a lawyer nor has she filed anything on her own.

Now, DeVon is asking for the case to be finalized without the actress appearing before the judge.

He alludes to a prenup or postnup checking the box that reads, “the issues subject to disposition by the court in this proceeding are the subject of a written agreement.”

DeVon also says there are no issues of child, spousal, or partner support. He says he is not asking for any money, property, costs, or attorney fees from Meagan.

A judge has yet to sign off.

Source & Credit: timenewslite.com

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