Alex Rodriguez filed documents this morning responding to his estranged wife Cynthia's divorce filing from three weeks ago. While Cynthia Rodriguez asked for a share of his considerable earnings (not to mention support for their two daughters and their mansion), A-Rod contends that their pre-nuptial agreement should stand (Florida is a no-fault state), pointing out C-Rod signed the pre-nup "with the assistance of counsel of her own choosing, freely and voluntarily ... and with full and complete financial disclosure of husband's income, assets and liabilities." He does call her a "loving and nurturing mother" and that he will, of course, pay child support, though an amount determined by the court.