Demi Moore agreed to sign a confidentiality agreement in order to view the financial records of Ashton Kutcher's technology business, as the battle over their divorce settlement continues, TMZ reported. 

The former couple's divorce has been slowed down by the financial demands Moore has made, including a piece of A-Grade Investments, a company Kutcher founded with billionaire Ron Burkle after the couple split.

Kutcher is willing to let the actress and her lawyers view the financial records of A-Grade, under the condition that she sign a confidentiality agreement. 

Two and a Half Men actor does not want the details of his compensation from the company to become public information nor does he want it to become the information Moore can speak of in an interview.

Moore apparently signed the agreement and it has been filed with the court.

The couple's marriage trouble began in 2011 when Kutcher allegedly had an affair, according to TMZ. After their attempts at reconciliation failed, the two filed for divorce in November 2011 after six years of marriage.  

Moore reportedly has more money than Kutcher, but she has requested spousal support and that Kutcher pay for her New York apartment renovations.

Despite still being legally married, Kutcher has moved on and began a romantic relationship with former 70's Show co-star Mila Kunis.

After his very public relationship and divorce proceedings with Moore, the actor has said he would attempt to keep his new romance private.

"You know, I've learned the hard way how valuable privacy is. And I've learned that there are a lot of things in your life that really benefit from being private. And relationships are one of them. And I am going to do everything in my power to have this relationship private," said Kutcher in an interview with Elle magazine.

Kutcher and Moore did not have any children together.