Tommy Dorfman Not Asking For Spousal Support In Divorce From Peter Zurkuhlen
13 Reasons Why star Tommy Dorfman has no hopes for a reconciliation with her estranged husband Peter Zurkuhlen.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Tommy has filed a response to Zurkuhlen’s divorce petition and wants it wrapped up quickly.
Last month, Zurkuhlen filed the case in Los Angeles Superior Court on February 2.
The two met in 2005 through a mutual friend. The pair ended up getting engaged in 2015 and got hitched in November 2016.
Zurkuhlen listed the date of separation as June 1, 2021 — which means their marriage lasted 4 years and 6 months. The petition noted the pair have no children.
He cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split. “[Zurkuhlen] is unaware of the identification of the separate property at this time, and will either amend this Petition or prove same at the time of trial,” the filing read.
He filed the petition without a lawyer, listing a Los Angeles address. He failed to check the box on whether he wanted spousal support.
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In Dorfman’s response, she agrees with Zurkuhlen on the date of separation and that a divorce is necessary.
The Netflix star also cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split. Dorfman also did not check the boxes regarding spousal support. He listed a New York address — which could have caused distance issues for the former couple.
The filing was dated February 2 but not entered into the court system until days later. All signs point to the two reaching an agreement before filing the case.
The divorce came months after Tommy introduced herself as a transgender woman. She announced the news on Instagram writing, "thrilled to reintroduce myself as the woman I am today. my pronouns are she/her."
"’m especially grateful to every single trans person who walked this path, broke down barriers, and risked their lives to live authentically and radically as themselves before me. thank you to all the trans women that showed me who I am, how to live, celebrate myself, and take up space in this world," she added.