Arnold Schwarzenegger to File Revised Divorce Papers, Not Denying Spousal Support

Conflict comes in the aftermath of son's boogie board accident.

July 23, 2011— -- Arnold Schwarzenegger will file a revised response to his wife Maria Shriver's divorce petition on Monday that will not ask the judge to deny Shriver's spousal support, according to TMZ.

Earlier this week, Schwarzenegger filed documents asking the judge to force Shriver to pay her own legal fees and deny her financial support.

Schwarzenegger signed the papers without reading them, in part because he was in the midst of a family medical crisis, unidentified sources told TMZ.

The revision comes in the aftermath of their son's boogie board accident.

A 911 recording captured Maria Shriver's call for help after her 13-year-old son Christopher was injured in a boogie board accident earlier this week.

"He's awake and breathing," Shriver told an emergency operator according to a recording of the call obtained by ABC News Los Angeles station KABC-TV. "He just can't move. He's having trouble breathing."

Christopher, the son of Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger, is expected to make a full recovery after suffering injuries from a boogie board accident on Escondido Beach in Malibu, Calif., on July 17.

On Friday, reported that the teenager has been in the intensive care unit "for days" after enduring "multiple broken bones and a collapsed lung" during a surfing accident.

"It's like a boogie board accident, I think," Shriver said on the recorded emergency call. "He can't move off the beach. Maybe like broken ribs or something like that."

According to a written Los Angeles County Fire Department statement, "L.A. County Fire responded [with] an engine, paramedic squad and lifeguards. ... A male juvenile on the beach was treated for an injury and transported to a local hospital with L.A. County Fire paramedics accompanying the patient."

Since the accident, Shriver and Schwarzenegger have been at their son's side despite their public falling out and divorce.

"A few days ago our son Christopher suffered an accident at the beach," a representative for Shriver said in a statement to ABC News. "While it has been a very scary week, Christopher is surrounded by his family and friends. He is a brave boy and is expected to make a full recovery."

A source close to the family told ABC News that the couple has been "amicable."

"The family remains very close," the source said.

It's been a difficult week for the former couple.

According to TMZ, Schwarzenegger is trying to get out of paying spousal support to Shriver and is fighting her request to make him pay for her attorney's fees. TMZ also reported that they had no prenuptial agreement. Their estimated net worth of $400 million would be split between the two of them.

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Shriver and Schwarzenegger have moved on since May, when the former California governor revealed that he fathered a child with another woman while married to Shriver and the couple announced their split.

The other woman was later revealed to be Patricia Baena, a housekeeper who had worked for the family for years.

Earlier this month, Shriver reportedly bought a $10 million home a few miles from the residence she and Schwarzenegger used to share.

Meanwhile, Schwarzenegger is attempting to revive his movie career. He's signed on to star in "Last Stand" as a disgraced Los Angeles cop. The movie is due out in January 2013.

ABC News' Michael S. James contributed to this report.