"She's All That" star Rachael Leigh Cook and actor Daniel Gillies have settled their divorce after working with a private mediator, and they have agreed on joint custody of their two children.
"The parties shall have joint legal custody of their minor children. The parties shall share joint physical custody of their minor children," the documents state.
That, however, is one of the more normal parts of the settlement.
The Blast reports the divorce settlement has a few interesting quirks, including a clause stating that Rachael and Daniel have to reveal the identity of any sexual partner to each other if they plan to introduce that person to their children, daughter Charlotte, 6, and son Theodore, 5.
"Prior to introducing any romantic partner (a person either party is dating, having a sexual relationship with, or a non-platonic relationship with) to the children, that party shall advise the other party of their intention, the name of the person, and when that party intends to introduce the children to their romantic partner," the paperwork states.
As part of the agreement, the ex-couple will not pay child support or spousal support to one another. Instead, Rachael and Daniel, who starred on "The Vampire Diaries" and "The Originals," will maintain a shared bank account which they will fill evenly.
Additionally, the duo will share custody of their four pets and will let the court decide on well-being of the animals if Rachael and Daniel have a disagreement about them. Further, in splitting up their assets, both will keep their airline miles and each will keep their cars.
Rachael and Daniel separated in the summer of 2019 after nearly 15 years of marriage. He officially filed for divorce last year.