Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are at a judge’s signing for divorce.
Fox, 35, and Green, 48, did not have a marriage contract, which means under California law they will have to divide anything they acquired during their ten-year marriage , reports TMZ.
It is not clear whether either will pay spousal or child support, although the divorce papers refer to an out-of-court settlement.
The exes will share joint legal and physical custody of their three children – Noah Shannon, 9, Bodhi Ransom, 7, and Journey River, 5 – which Fox applied for when she filed for divorce in November 2020.
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Fox will also change his legal last name from Green.
Both sides have moved on. Fox has been in a high-profile romance with Machine Gun Kelly since mid-2020, while Green is dating pro “DWTS” Sharna Burgess.
Earlier this year, the “Jennifer’s Body” star clarified whether MGK was the cause of her divorce.
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According to Fox, MGK had “nothing to do with” the end of her marriage, despite the fact that they were first pictured together in May 2020 and she did not file for a divorce until November. of the same year.
However, the actress said she and Green had already been “separated” since late 2019.
The couple had a roller coaster relationship from the start. After meeting on the set of “Hope & Faith” when Fox was just 18 in 2004, they got engaged and lived together in 2006.
In 2009, they made a “mutual decision” to end their engagement to re-engage and get married by the end of June 2010.
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Four years and two children into their marriage, Fox has said very publicly that there is no “intimacy” with her husband during a red carpet interview.
She first filed for divorce from alum “90210” a year later in 2015 – but was pregnant with their third child and was living with Green again at the end of 2016.
The couple kept it running for another three years before finally shutting down for good in 2019.
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