Dennis Quaid's Wife Calls Off Divorce
It looks like Kimberly Buffington-Quaid is not yet ready to quit her husband -- at least not officially.
TMZ learned Friday that Buffington-Quaid withdrew her divorce papers, which she filed in early March, to divorce her husband of seven years, Dennis Quaid. The site speculates that her 180 has to do with complications in dividing the couple's assets.
In the original divorce petition, the actor's wife asked for spousal support and for their community assets to be fairly divided. The document also cited that while Buffington-Quaid would temporarily hold on to the family's residence in Malibu and the Mercedes, the 57-year-old actor would get the Cadillac Escalade and a condo -- but they would share the family Range Rover.
The couple shares twins Thomas and Zoe, who almost died as newborns in 2007 when the medical staff at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center accidentally gave them a huge overdose of the drug Heparin. After filing a lawsuit with the hospital and the drug manufacturer, the couple was awarded $750,000.
Buffington-Quaid is the actor's third marriage. He and Meg Ryan divorced in 2001 and share 19-year-old son Jack, who stars in "The Hunger Games." He and actress PJ Soles divorced in 1983 after five years together.
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