'There Is No Animosity' Between Exes David Foster and Yolanda Hadid over Spousal Support: Source

The couple split in September after four years of marriage

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David Foster and ex Yolanda Hadid are in accord over the issue of spousal support, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.

According to the documents, neither the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star nor the Grammy winner will pay spousal to the other.

“There is no animosity” over the issue, a source tells PEOPLE. “Both are happy with their arrangement; it was done and settled months ago.”

The pair separated in December. Hadid, 52, officially filed for divorce from Foster, 66, in January citing irreconcilable differences for the demise of their nine year relationship, four of which they spent married.

“Sadly we have decided to go our separate ways,” the couple told PEOPLE in an exclusive statement announcing their split. “We’ve shared nine beautiful and joyous years together. During that time we experienced love, friendship and the inevitable challenges that come with managing a marriage, careers, blended families and health issues.”

Shortly after releasing that statement, Hadid told Andy Cohen during a conversation on Watch What Happens Live! that her battle with Lyme disease had “changed the dynamic of the relationship.”

In December, Hadid moved into a new apartment a source told PEOPLE Foster had helped her secure financially.

Hadid was previously married from 1994 2000 to Mohamed Hadid, with whom she has three children: Gigi, 20, Bella, 19, and son Anwar, 16.

Foster, who has been married four times, has five daughters from previous relationships.

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