Amy Poehler and Will Arnett divorce official
Amy Poehler and Will Arnett are officially divorced nearly two years after announcing their separation, according to court documents obtained by TMZ.
The couple called it quits in September 2012 after almost 10 years of marriage, and have since been leading separate lives and seeing other people.
Arnett, 43, officially filed for joint legal and physical custody, as well as visitation rights, of their two children - 5-year-old Archie and 3-year-old Abel - on April 8 in Los Angeles Superior Court, People reports.
Arnett was dating Billy Joel's ex-wife Katie Lee, a celebrity chef, last August.
"I don't know what you do. Do you put out an announcement in the trades? I'M DATING! It all seems very scary to me, to be honest. So I'm kind of keeping pretty close counsel right now," Arnett said, according to StarPulse.
The "Arrested Development" actor is now dating Hollywood producer Erin David while Poehler, 42, is reportedly dating comedian Nick Kroll, 45. Poehler, of "Parks and Recreation," began dating Kroll just six months after she and Arnett announced their separation, and went public with her new relationship last May.
This was Arnett's second marriage - following his marriage with Penelope Ann Miller - and Poehler's first.
The duo had a relationship that mixed business with pleasure, which may have contributed to the split.
Arnett guest-starred on Poehler's hit NBC show and she likewise was featured in his Fox series. They also appeared together on the big screen in "Blades of Glory" and on Broadway in "Spring Breakdown" and "Monsters vs. Aliens."
The comedic couple has since starred in separate projects. Arnett recently voiced roles in "The Nut Job" and "The Lego Movie." He stars in the upcoming film "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." Poehler recently appeared in the films "Free Birds" and "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," and continues her perky leading role as Leslie Knope on "Parks and Recreation."