Trey Parker and his estranged wife have agreed to as even a custody split of their daughter as possible.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the "South Park" creator and his soon-to-be ex, Boogie Parker, have agreed to joint legal and physical custody of 5-year-old daughter, Betty.
The custody agreement states the two will decide jointly on issues such as schooling, mental and physical health, obtaining a passport (and someday a driver's license) and "permission for tattoos, piercings, and any and all other permanent alterations" of their daughter's body.
The two sides agreed that they may travel with their daughter when they have custody, provided they give the other parent notice.
As far as physical custody, they are splitting that down the middle as well and adopting a 2-2-3 schedule — two days with one parent, two with the other, then three with the first — alternating each week.
They have also agreed that if the parent with custody requires childcare for 12 hours or more, the other parent shall be given first crack at taking their child.
Trey and Boogie also split up summer, winter and spring break, Father's and Mother's Day, and Halloween but they still have some work to do to decide what they are going to do about Thanksgiving and Christmas.
As The Blast first reported, Trey Parker filed for divorce back in March, citing irreconcilable differences. They were married in 2013 and Parker noted in his filing that there was a prenup in place.