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Adeyemi Adenike Mary
Ladoke Akintola university ogbomosho
200Level, Nigeria.

Hollywood stars Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have now submitted final divorce paperwork to an L.A. County Superior Court judge. It is learnt that neither the Batman star nor Garner hired a lawyer.

It is gathered that the duo submitted the paperwork which will make their divorce final to a private judge to do all the paperwork. The document was submitted yesterday, November 2nd and when the clerk puts the official stamp on the docs, the divorce will be backdated to October 9.

The official documents show that they will share joint physical and legal custody of their three kids. They also agreed to meet with a coparenting therapist on a monthly basis for a minimum of 6 months. The documents also say,

“Neither party shall make derogatory or insulting remarks about the other in the presence of or within hearing distance of any of the minor children.

Each party is restrained from arguing, yelling, or using profanity directed at the other party in the presence or within hearing distance of any of the minor children.”

The most interesting part about their divorce is that rather than each hiring a lawyer, they used Laura Wasser to mediate the divorce. In other words, Wasser was not an advocate for either Ben or Jen, her job was to reach an agreement with as little conflict as possible.


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