Document Proves Ashton Kutcher And Demi Moore’s Marriage Was Legal

Last week reports were revealed that Ashton Kutcher’s marriage to Demi Moore was not legal; as claims were made that the couple shared a symbolic Kabbalah ceremony as opposed to a civil ceremony.
The release of a legal document now proves that the two stars were legally married.

Ashton’s new girlfriend actress Mila Kunis is thought to be the initiator of the bizarre rumours, as close friends of hers revealed she told them she could marry Ashton, as his marriage to Demi was a sham.

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The initial rumours quickly took off, as many had already questioned why the couple that split in December had not begun any divorce proceedings, especially when Ashton was already in a new relationship.

However, newly published documents name Ashton and Demi as legal spouses. The quitclaim documents, which are used when an owner of a property transfers their interest to another individual, proves the couple’s marriage was legitimate.

The papers also show that Demi signed over claims to one of her LA properties in March this year, suggesting that she did this as part of an out of court divorce settlement with Ashton. Settling their assets outside of the court is perhaps the reason why the pair has yet to lodge any divorce documents, despite separating from each other almost a year ago.

Whilst Ashton was quick to move on from Demi with his former That 70’s Show co-star Mila Kunis, Demi has struggled with the marriage breakdown. After months of silence, the actress is preparing to open up about her marriage to Ashton who was 16 years her junior, releasing a tell-all book as well as talking to Oprah Winfrey on her new TV chat show.

Article By Victoria Beckett

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