Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner File for Divorce 2 Years After Separation

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Ben Affleck
and Jennifer Garner are formally calling it quits.

After announcing their separation in June 2015, the former couple has now filed for divorce, ET has confirmed. Affleck and Garner have filed "pro per," without legal representation, and filed both the petition and response -- which mirror each other exactly -- together.

The pair are seeking joint legal and physical custody of their three children, but did not specify anything about spousal support.

According to TMZ, which first reported the news, Affleck and Garner did not sign a prenuptial agreement, indicating that all earnings during their marriage, which began in June 2005 and lasted for 10 years before announcing their separation, would be split 50/50 unless another agreement is reached.

They are also said to still be in the process of negotiating a financial settlement and could finalize the divorce in the next six months.

The move comes just a few weeks after Affleck announced that he had completed rehab for alcohol addiction. "Ben is doing great," a source close to the actor told ET in March. "As always, he’s enjoying spending time with his children and friends, and working." 

To see how Garner helped the actor turn his life around, watch below.