Pitt, Aniston Divorce Papers Finalized
Five years after Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston exchanging vows and five months after Aniston filed for divorce, the marriage of one of Hollywood's most glamorous couples is over. "Extra" obtained the documents, which were filed in Los Angeles on Friday.
Attorney and "Celebrity Justice" Executive Producer Harvey Levin broke the divorce details, and revealed how the two decided to handle their fortunes and their $14 million home.
"You may have heard this divorce is contentious;
we know it's amicable." Levin said. "There
was no problem dividing the property. Neither party
asked for alimony. As for their Beverly Hills mansion,
it is officially on the market."
The agreement follows Pitt's controversial W magazine photo spread with Angelina Jolie and Aniston's revealing Vanity Fair magazine spread, in which she said she'll love Pitt forever.
The legal proceedings were conducted in secrecy, and lawyers for the couple wouldn't comment. "Extra" has learned that everyone involved in the divorce signed confidentiality agreements. "Brad and Jen meant business," Levin said. "They wanted it under wraps, and that is what happened."
The divorce doesn't become official until October 2.