This summer, the music mogul and his wife of seven years had legally separated.
Back in July, the couple celebrated their seven-year-anniversary; however, days later the pair had reportedly separated and Scooter filed for divorce.
At the time of the split, it was unclear if it was just a break from the marriage or if it would be permanent.
Scooter filed for divorce in July
It seems the decision to separate and ultimately divorce stuck.
Now, Cohen is responding to the Scooter’s divorce filing.
On Friday, December 3, Cohen filed a response to her estranged husband’s July divorce filing.
The two are on the same page when it comes to their marriage, they both want out.
According to documents obtained by Page Six, Cohen cited “irreconcilable differences” as the cause of the breakup.
Scooter cited “irreconcilable differences” as well.
Yael Cohen responds to Scooter’s divorce filing
The philanthropist requested joint custody of their three children who are all under the age of 18.
She’s also requesting Braun pay her spousal support, something he has already agreed to do, and asked the court to end its ability to award him any support.
The couple had a prenuptial agreement in place.
Page Six exclusively broke the breakup news back in July when Scooter initially filed.
The outlet also revealed the music exec had secretly checked into an “intense psycho-spiritual retreat” months before his separation.
The couple cited “irreconcilable differences”
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At the time of separation, a source told the publication, “They still love each other. They were out together in Montecito [in California] with the kids and family last week and are still operating as a family. There are no other parties or interest in dating anyone new; they are focused on their family.”
Insiders said the imminent separation was common knowledge among pals for months.
A source close to Yael exclusively told E! News, the couple had “been going through a rough patch for several months and [they] decided that separating was for the best.”
“They wanted to take time apart where they could each focus on their kids and give the relationship a break,” the source revealed. “They aren’t giving up on the marriage and are hopeful they can find a way to make it work. But for now being apart is for the best.”