Seven months after publicizing her separation from her husband, Tia Mowry finalized her divorce after 14 years of marriage. Mowry married “Homecoming” actor Corey Hardikt in 2008 and shares two children together—11-year-old son Kree and 4-year-old son Cairo.
According to court documents filed on April 21, the actors “entered into a written agreement including support regarding their property and their non-marital or domestic partnership rights.” The couple will continue with the agreement they reached in an October court appearance that proposed sharing legal and physical custody of Cree and Cairo.
According to the documents, the couple requested an end to the court’s control of spousal support. According to court documents obtained by TODAY, Mowry cited irreconcilable differences in her divorce form. Mowry broke the news of her divorce last October in an Instagram post that reflected on the couple’s time together as well as “their decision to continue their fellowship.”
Mowry spotted the post at the time. “I wanted to be involved in Corey and I decided to go our separate ways. These opinions are easy now, and not without regrets. We will continue our fellowship as osco-parents to our beautiful children. I am grateful for all the happy times we spent together and will be with you as we begin this new chapter in our lives.
I want to thank my Musketeers, family, and suckers for their love and support. Earlier this week, her divorce was finalized on paper the day before in Los Angeles. On April 20, Mowry appeared to touch on her divorce in an Instagram post, in which she described several months as “the hardest of my life.” ” described.
The hardest of my life,” she wrote in the post, which included prints of Maury with her two children.” You never know which direction life will take you, and my love for these two is nothing but certain. At the end of the post, “Though the journey has been so tender, I will do everything for my children, for their future and for the generations to come,” she added.