The court filing by the ex-NFL wide receiver hints that the couple may not have a protracted divorce.
Hank Baskett III has officially responded to Kendra Wilkinson's filing for divorce.
Baskett responded in court last week, indicating that there is little disagreement -- so far, at least -- between the couple, according to court documents obtained by ET. Like Wilkinson's initial filing, it indicates that the couple are divorcing after eight years due to irreconcilable differences and that they are seeking joint custody of their two children, Henry IV, 8, and Alijah, 3.
Still to be determined is what -- if any -- alimony or child support will be paid, how much and by whom.
Neither side so far has hired an attorney in the divorce, which is currently undergoing mediation.
Wilkinson filed for divorce on Friday, four months after the couple separated. She has been open about how emotional the experience has been, recently taking to Instagram to talk about how difficult it has been.
"I’m beyond sad and heartbroken because I did believe in forever, that’s why I said yes but unfortunately too much fear has gotten in the way," she wrote in one such post. "We are both amazing parents and our kids will be happy n never know the difference other than seeing mama smile."
Despite the emotional split, there appears to be no ill will between the two, and the couple reunited on Sunday to watch Alijah's first soccer game. Wilkinson was also all smiles Monday night at the premiere of Netflix's Lost in Space.
For more on how Wilkinson has handled the split, watch the video below.