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Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green call it quits

Many of our Missouri readers may have heard by now that actress Megan Fox and her husband, actor Brian Austin Green, have filed for divorce. The couple first met in 2004, and were engaged until November of 2006. They were re-engaged in 2009 and were married in Hawaii a few weeks following the news. The news may not be shocking to fans of the two actors, as rumors of a separation had been speculated on for months.

Megan Fox earned the international spotlight for her breakout leading role in the "Transformers" movie that came out in 2006. She continued to stay in the spotlight as a sex symbol by posing for photo ops in magazines such as Rolling Stone Magazine and Maxim, and reprising her role in the sequel "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."

Brian Austin Green captured the hearts of many young women for his role on the popular television series "Beverly Hills, 90210," which ran throughout the 1990's. He went on to star in various other roles on television, including in "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," "Smallville" and "Desperate Housewives."

Since both of these celebrities have achieved significant success in their entertainment careers, it will be interesting to see whether or not their high-net worth divorce goes smoothly. Both have an estimated net worth of multi-millions of dollars. The ex-couple have two sons together, a 2-year-old and an 18-month-old. To avoid potential problems concerning property division, especially for celebrities, a prenuptial agreement is usually agreed to prior to the marriage. Although it may seem uncomfortable to talk about divorce on the eve of a wedding, the decision may prove exceptionally valuable in the event of a divorce down the road.

Source: Huffington Post, "Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green Split after 5 Years of Marriage," Stephanie Marcus, Aug. 19, 2015

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