There will be no spousal support paid in the divorce settlement between Meagan Good and her ex-husband DeVon Franklin. Meagan’s absence from court has prompted DeVon to request a default, according to Radar’s legal records received from the courthouse.
They say that Meagan agreed to let DeVon take care of everything. His court application claims that they have reached an agreement on the distribution of their property and assets.
The right to seek spousal support has been removed, and Meagan’s former name will be restored.Embed from Getty Images
Citing “irreconcilable differences,” DeVon filed for divorce from Meagan in December. Despite their decision to “go into our futures separately,” the couple said they would remain “forever connected” in a joint statement they issued.
“There’s no one at fault, we believe this is the next best chapter in the evolution of our love.” the pair said in their statement. They expressed their gratitude to God, saying they were “extremely thankful to God for the testimony being created inside us both and for blessing our lives with each other.”Embed from Getty Images
According to records, he immediately handed over his financial information to his ex after filing his petition. Meagan has never hired a lawyer and has never filed anything on her own.
DeVon is now requesting that the case be resolved without the actress making an appearance before the judge. He mentions a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement by checking the box that says, “the issues subject to disposition by the court in this proceeding are the subject of a written agreement.”
DeVon also claims that there are no problems with child, spousal, or partner support. He asserts that he is not requesting any money, property, costs, or attorney fees from Meagan.
A judge has yet to sign off on the case.