There’s a custody battle brewing between Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson.
The Black Crowes frontman, 50, is petitioning the court to reevaluate the custody agreement over their 13-year-old son Ryder.
Both the Deepwater Horizon actress, 37, and the rocker agreed to undergo evaluation interviews to determine what living arrangements are in Ryder’s best interest, PEOPLE reports.
In addition, they both agreed to give full access of their health and mental-health records, and agreed to drug, alcohol and psychological testing if deemed necessary.
Hudson must pay for the evaluation, including the initial fee deposit of $7,500.
When the couple divorced in 2007, they agreed on shared custody of their only son.
Hudson recently opened up being a single mom of two boys — including 5-year-old son Bingham with ex Matthew Bellamy.
“It’s hard to let go of something, even when you know that it’s not right,” she shared. “I’ve chosen something in my life that I’m very comfortable with that goes against a lot of people’s more traditional feelings. If something’s not right, I don’t believe in maintaining something for the sake of what’s considered a traditional family, because I believe that there are different ways to raise children. It’s far more effective to raise children in happy homes.”