Almost nine months after their separation, Marc Anthony has filed for divorce from Jennifer Lopez in Los Angeles Superior Court earlier this week.
The catch-all "irreconcilable differences" box was checked.
Anthony's filing seeks joint legal and physical custody of the couple's twins, Emme and Max, 4, and that the judge dismiss any spousal support for Lopez.
Should she ask for it, that is, which is doubtful. This is likely a formality to make legal a split that has for all intents and purposes been settled already.
The duo married in 2004 and announced their breakup in July, but seem to have kept things amicable, at least when it comes to their reality show, Q'Viva!
Both have had relatively little to say about it publicly, but Anthony spoke out about the split afterward, and according to him, "It wasn't shocking."
It wasn't long before they moved on, either.
Marc has started dating a 24-year-old Venezuelan model Shannon De Lima and Lopez has become inseparable with backup dancer Casper Smart.