Looks like Katy Perry and Russell Brand are a united front in their split.
The parties have "entered into a comprehensive written settlement of all issues, including, without limitation, with respect to property to be confirmed/assigned to each party," it proclaims in big block letters on Perry's response to Brand's divorce filing.
Considering the duo had no children, "issues" largely refers to money and their $6.5 million house in the Hollywood Hills. But even that's not contentious.
Perry also asked that any obligation to pay Brand spousal support be terminated, a key request considering, under California law, Brand was entitled to half of what his much higher-earning spouse made throughout their 14-month marriage.
Russell's not interested in her money, however.
It appears the couple, who have seemingly had nothing to do with each other since acknowledging their breakup, managed to cut an amicable post-nuptial deal.
The doc also includes a check next to the box: "Respondent's former name be restored to." It goes on to specify her full name, Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson.
And that was all she wrote.