Demi Moore won't be getting a big payday from her allegedly cheating and soon-to-be-ex-husband Ashton Kutcher.

TMZ reports that the actress and "Two and a Half Men" star have reached a divorce settlement that denies Moore's request for spousal support on the grounds that Ashton committed infidelity. It seems Moore forgot that California is a no fault state, so husbands and wives can cheat without financial consequences.

Sources also told TMZ that Kutcher was "a little more generous than he had to be" in the division of property, which involved a 50-50 split of assets acquired during their marriage. Moore was expecting more in the divorce settlement, the sources say, because she believed Kutcher was hiding assets from some of his tech businesses.

Ashton Kutcher and wife Demi Moore attend the MTV & ServiceNation: Live From The Youth Inaugural Ball at the Hilton Washington on January 20, 2009 in
Ashton Kutcher and wife Demi Moore attend the MTV & ServiceNation: Live From The Youth Inaugural Ball at the Hilton Washington on January 20, 2009 in Washington, DC. (Abby Brack/Getty Images)

A source told the New York Post that the couple has signed the divorce paperwork and could file the documents next week.

Moore and Kutcher separated in November 2011 after six years of marriage. Kutcher filed for divorce in late 2012; Moore filed in March.

While it was Kutcher's first marriage, Moore had walked down the aisle on two previous occasions, to musician Freddy Moore and actor Bruce Willis.