The pair have agreed to evenly divide their two properties amid their split, according to the legal document obtained by E! News on Sept. 14. Both Cheryl and the Boy Meets World alum being allowed to keep one of their two homes. And though the properties have been settled, the two exes have yet to decide who will get to keep their dog Ysabella.
In the documents, neither Cheryl or Matthew requested spousal support, with the two agreeing to uphold their premarital agreement.
E! News has reached out to reps for both Cheryl and Matthew but has yet to hear back.
The Dancing With the Stars pro filed for divorce back in February after three years of marriage. In the paperwork at the time, she cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split.