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Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich had a prenuptial agreement in place when new documents revealed the details of their divorce.

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The exes’ premarital agreement outlined the terms of their divorce, which included no spousal support for either party or property division.

The divorce of Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich has received new information.

Hough, 33, and Laich, 38, had a prenuptial agreement, according to the former couple’s divorce judgment, which was filed in Los Angeles and obtained by PEOPLE on Tuesday.

The prenup was signed on June 27, 2017, just 11 days before their July 8 wedding, and it helped shape the divorce judgment, which stated that the couple was divorcing due to “irreconcilable differences” that resulted in a “irremediable breakdown of the marriage.”

Both Hough and Laich, who listed their separation date as Nov. 2, 2020, declined to receive spousal support in the divorce, according to the document.

The exes also did not share any community properties, making property separation relatively simple, with Brooks retaining his personal properties in the split and Hough doing the same with hers.

The former couple did own one property together: a membership to the Gozzer Ranch Golf and Lake Club.

According to the documents, each party had a 50 percent separate property ownership interest.

The ex-couples, who had no children together, also agreed to pay for their own attorneys and requested that the divorce judgment be entered “immediately.”


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