Kathleen Glynn Divorcing Michael Moore: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know [DOCUMENTS]

Published:2:24 pm EDT, July 19, 2013| Updated:1:24 pm EDT, July 22, 2013|
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It was just announced that Kathleen Glynn is divorcing from Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore. And, we have all the inside divorce documents to prove it! Here's our 5 Fast Facts you need to know:

1. The Couple Calls It Quits After 21 Years

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According to Breitbart.com, the couple filed for a split on June 17, ending a 21-year marriage.


2. Millions Are At Stake

People reports the couple owned a home valued at $1.2 million, right on the beautiful Torch Lake. So, what's going to happen to it now? Michael has yet to find out... But — according to Breitbart.com, he hired a lovely team of legal experts to help him. And, their home isn't the only thing Michael and Kathleen will be battling over. According to Celebritynetworth, Michael has an estimated worth of about $50 million... That's a whole lot of green! But, who will get what? We'll have to wait and see!

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3.They Worked on Several Films Together In The Past

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Glynn and Moore have collaborated on several films together in the past, according to US Magazine, including Bowling for Columbine, Sicko and Fahrenheit 9/11. Does their divorce also mean the end of their film era together?


4. They Have No Children

According to the divorce document below, Michael and Kathleen do not have any children together. The couple no longer lives together, either.

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In addition, People.com reports Moore has sought a restraining order "barring sales of joint assets." To make a long story short, Michael is looking to do anything he can to protect his earnings.


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5. No Way They're Getting Back Together, According to Michael

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Yahoo! omg! reports, Michael also claims there is "no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved." So, basically it's a done deal. Not to mention, according to the source Michael has officially filed the aforementioned complaint that prevents either himself or Katheleen from selling or transferring any of their assets. Looks like Michael's got his fortune on lockdown!


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