The final declaration includes Maria's updated financial information including her income and expenses. The document also shows Arnold all of his ex's property and assets. The information is used to help the parties reach a settlement over spousal support and the division of their assets.
The filing requires Maria to list all of her sources of income including salary, support from family members and any investment income she receives from stocks or rental property.
The two got married in 1986 and did not sign a prenuptial agreement. Maria slapped the Terminator star with divorce papers in 2011 after finding out he had an affair with their former housekeeper Mildred Baena. She was furious after learning he not only stepped out on the marriage but he had a love child with Mildred named Joseph.
Immediately after she filed, Arnold and Maria reached a deal where he would keep the Brentwood estate they shared during their marriage. At the time of their split, the estranged couple only had two minor children — sons Patrick and Christopher. They agreed to split custody and seemed to avoid any fight over child support.
However, Maria demanded Arnold pay her monthly spousal support and she believes she's entitled to half of their estate. Arnold and Maria have both stalled on wrapping up the divorce for years. Their sons have both become adults and child support and custody are no longer topics to discuss.
Recently, Arnold and Maria informed the court they hired a private judge to help them negotiate the final settlement. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt used the same technique to try and work out their case. That decision ended up backfiring after Angelina accused the judge of failing to disclose his ties to Brad's lawyers. Eventually, the judge was kicked off the case.
Arnold and Maria's case is still pending in Los Angeles Superior Court.