Retracing the relationship between Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck that brought three wonderful kids into the world can perhaps help to gain an understanding on what ended the marriage.
However, it looks like the couple couldn't sort out their differences and have now officially filed for divorce.
The former couple announced their separation in June 2015, although People magazine reported that the divorce was called off in March 2017. The petitions of Affleck and Garner seem to be in agreement and well thought out since they practically mimic each other.
The couple first announced their separation in 2015 and have filed the necessary papers for their divorce this week.
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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner at an Oscars party in 2014.
Their separation went through this routine multiple times before they settled on a unusual stasis, where they didn't do anything - they weren't together, but they weren't quite separated either.
'There was no catalyst, it was just time.
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If their split had to happen, Ben and Jen's is a shining example of a compassionate break-up that put the kids first.
He also talked to Ellen DeGeneres a year ago about his relationship with Garner.
The insider claimed at the time: "They have maintained such a strong and handsome united front to stay lovely and classy towards each other for their kids".
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