Mayim Bialik Divorce. After nine years of marriage, divorce for Mayim Bialik hardly caused a big bang.
The star, along with her husband Micheal Stone, quietly finalised their split, evenly dividing their property this week.
Unlike many Hollywood celebrities the pair did not drag out their divorce, having announced they were splitting in November.
According to TMZ, The Big Bang Theory actress and her husband decided to each have one of their two homes in California.
As part of the divorce settlement Mayim - who rose to fame as a child star in series Blossom - was reportedly awarded the couple's hillside 1,400-square-foot, one bedroom home in Studio City.
While Micheal - who was born a Mormon but converted to Judaism for his wife - was given their 1,300-square-foot, three bedroom home in nearby Sherman Oaks.
When announcing plans to divorce, the 37-year-old television star was careful to point out her decision to raise her two sons - Miles, seven, and Frederick, four - using the controversial attachment parent style did not play a role.
The parenting practice advocates almost near constant contact with your children.
The actress, who wrote a book on the subject and is also a strict vegan, encouraged her children to co-sleep, or share a bed with her and her her husband.
The star, despite having to fulfill the grueling work schedule of being on a daily sitcom, also breast feed her youngest until her was four.
At the time of their divorce Mayim - who has a Ph.D. in neuroscience - explained their decision to split on her blog.
'Divorce is terribly sad, painful and incomprehensible for children,' the 37-year-old wrote.
'It is not something we have decided lightly.
'The hands-on style of parenting we practice played no role in the changes that led to this decision; relationships are complicated no matter what style of parenting you choose.
'The main priority for us now is to make the transition to two loving homes as smooth and painless as possible.
'Our sons deserve parents committed to their growth and health and that’s what we are focusing on.
'We will be ok.'