Jennifer Garner And Ben Affleck's Divorce Might Be Dismissed By The Court

Jennifer Garner Ben Affleck

Jennifer Garner Ben Affleck

While Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt desperately try to achieve "single" status amid summer 2018's most hellish divorce, exes Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck appear to be a little more chill - nearly too chill.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Affleck and Garner were advised by the Los Angeles Superior Court that if the final judgement in their case isn't filed and entered soon, the court may dismiss the whole thing.

But apparently their divorce is not moving forward at all!

Ben and Jen got married in 2005, separated in 2015, and officially filed for divorce previous year.

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Garner and Affleck, who co-parent three children, daughters Violet, 12, and Seraphina, nine, and son Samuel, six, together, have been told that their divorce may be "dismissed" because of a "delay in prosecution". The source added that they are not getting back together and "are in a good place with the family and are taking careful steps to make sure everything is in order".

"Jen and Ben both appeared to be really happy", an onlooker in the audience told PEOPLE at the time. Though they're publicly leading separate lives - Ben has been dating Saturday Night Live producer Lindsay Shookus since 2017 - they've also been dragging out the legal proceedings necessary to sever ties.

In an interview with CBS Sunday Morning last month, Garner opened up about the tabloid fascination with her divorce. "If there is any inkling of trouble, or if the tabloids decide there's trouble, it can create trouble".

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