Was Kaley Cuoco’s Unconventional Marriage the Reason for Divorce?

Kaley Cuoco, an A-list actress from Big Bang Theory fame, has ended her second marriage. She and Karl Cook announced their split on Sept. 3 after three years of marriage. Based on their joint statement, entertainment news-watchers seem hopeful that the split will remain amicable.

The couple released a joint statement:

"Despite a deep love and respect for one another, we have realized that our current paths have taken us in opposite directions," the former couple stated. "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 duo continued, "We have made this decision together through an immense amount of respect and consideration for one another and request that you do the same in understanding that we will not be sharing any additional details or commenting further."

According to Cuoco, she and her husband have the best relationship despite maintaining separate residences. She said they live separate lives and come together to support each other when it's important. She said that having the ability to have room to be herself in the relationship was what was most important and the secret to their happiness. This is Cuoco's second marriage, and she said she didn't want to rush into cohabitating with her husband because she'd had negative outcomes in a previous relationship. The couple was building a home to live in together; however, it was not completed at the time of the divorce filing.

Kaley Cuoco Files to Keep Personal Earnings and Eliminate Spousal Support for Both Parties

Cuoco filed for the divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. In moving forward with the divorce, her legal team requested termination of its ability to award spousal support to either party in the divorce. The divorce documents also requested that the estranged couple separate their property and keep their personal effects and earnings and accumulations from before, during, and after the separation. They have a prenuptial agreement that further outlined separate property assets and obligations for each party.

Friends Were Shocked it Was Over, But Worried About Unconventional Marriage 

While they didn't live together, the couple did try to spend time together to support their relationship growth. The couple felt they were on different paths. They are both avid equestrians, which is what brought the couple together in 2016. They didn't marry until June of 2018, but personal obligations left the couple with little time to spend together. Friends admit that the couple seemed happy, but they had concerns because they rarely saw one another. Marriage is hard, but that doesn't mean divorce needs to be. You don't have to worry about months of court dates and endless document filings when you contact Cairns Law Group, the home of the no-fault divorces $219 uncontested divorce. Our fee even includes court costs, so you can complete all of your paperwork and file everything online. If you and your spouse are mutually agreed to divorce. Call us today at (888) 863-9115 to get started.

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