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Gwyneth ‘not asking Chris for spousal support’

Published 21/04/2015

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are seeking joint custody according to their divorce paperwork.

Shortly after the pair announced their decision to “consciously uncouple” in March 2014 it was claimed that Gwyneth was trying to “squeeze” some money out of her former spouse as part of their divorce settlement.

But now that papers in the couple’s divorce have been obtained by RadarOnline.com, the outlet claims that the actress and her Coldplay frontman ex beau are not asking each other for any money.

In addition, the pair will both be paying their own legal fees.

Gwyneth is apparently seeking joint custody of the pair’s children Apple, 10, and nine-year-old Moses.

The documents are also said to reveal that while the pair announced their split last April, they actually ended their relationship almost a year previously.

“Divorce documents obtained by Radar list the separation date as May 6, 2013, a year before the split was announced,” the website states.

The pair have remained on extremely civil terms ever since then and recently holidayed with their kids in Mexico. It’s claimed this vacation is where they decided to officially divorce.

Chris, 38, has been rumoured to be dating Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence, 24, for some time and 42-year-old Gwyneth was recently pictured for the first time with Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk, who she has been linked to since last year.

It was reported on Monday that the stars had signed off on a divorce agreement.

“Gwyneth and Chris have been using their business managers to hash out a settlement agreement involving both property and custody,” stated TMZ.

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