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Amy Poehler and Will Arnett officially file for divorce

Amy Poehler and Will Arnett officially file for divorce

BREAKIN' UP IS HARD TO DO: Amy Poehler and Will Arnett will call it quits after nine years of marriage. Photo: Associated Press/Charles Skyes

Actor Will Arnett has officially filed for divorce from his estranged wife, comedienne Amy Poehler.

The couple split after nine years of marriage in 2012, but the Arrested Development star formally filed divorce papers in Los Angeles Superior Court on April 8.

He is requesting joint legal and physical custody and visitation rights of their two young sons, Archie, five, and three-year-old Abel.

Since their separation, Arnett his been linked to singer Billy Joel’s ex-wife, Katie Lee, while the Parks and Recreation star has been dating comedian Nick Kroll since early 2013.

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