Cory Hardrict Won’t Get A Dime In Spousal Support From Tia Mowry Following Divorce, Actor Also Forced To Keep….

Tia Mowry and Cory Hardrict have officially finalized their divorce, marking the end of their 20-year union. Despite initial concerns about spousal support, court documents reveal that Cory will not receive any financial assistance or rights to their family home. Instead, they will share joint custody of their two children, and Tia will retain possession of the $4.3 million home in Studio City.

The couple has taken steps to ensure a smooth transition for their children, with court documents prohibiting them from speaking negatively about each other in the children’s presence. Additionally, there are guidelines regarding introducing new romantic partners to the children, requiring a minimum of six months in an exclusive relationship before such introductions.

Since their surprising split in October, both Tia and Cory have found success in their respective endeavors. Cory continues his acting career on television, while Tia thrives in the world of social media, wellness, and fashion. Despite the challenges, they have managed to maintain an amicable relationship, spending holidays together for the sake of their children.

During the early stages of the separation, Cory sought to nullify an amended prenuptial agreement, hinting at a desire to continue receiving financial support. Although there were rumors about Cory being seen on a date with Nia Long, neither party has confirmed new relationships. As they embark on separate paths, the former couple seems committed to co-parenting and maintaining a healthy environment for their children.