Actress Demi Moore has backed down in her demands for spousal support from estranged husband Ashton Kutcher, so the former couple can finally settle its divorce. The Hollywood stars separated in November, 2011 after six years of marriage and Kutcher made the first move in court by filing to legally end their union last December (12). The Ghost beauty responded with her own papers in March (13), asking a Los Angeles judge to grant her a share of the actor's fortune, which was boosted last year (12) by the reported $24 million (£16 million) he earned as Charlie Sheen's replacement on hit sitcom Two and a Half Men. Kutcher did not seek to deny Moore financial aid, but the pair has reportedly been battling over money he banked from his various technology investments during their relationship. However, almost a year after the divorce filing, TMZ.com reports that Bruce Willis' ex-wife has agreed not to fight for a share of Kutcher's millions and instead settle for the division of property they acquired during their time together. The former couple is expected to lodge details of their settlement in court next week (begs03Nov13), according to the New York Post. The divorce agreement will leave Kutcher free to focus on his latest project - on Wednesday (30Oct13), he was announced as a product engineer for Lenovo, the world's biggest PC manufacturer. He will help bosses at the China-based firm launch the company's Yoga lines of tablet devices. Since splitting from Moore, Kutcher has been romancing his former That '70s Show co-star Mila Kunis, while 50-year-old Moore has been linked to director Julian Schnabel's art collector son Vito, and Lindsay Lohan's ex, restaurateur Harry Morton.