Christina Aguilera has filed for divorce to officially end her marriage to music executive Jordan Bratman.
The pop superstar confirmed the break-up on Tuesday and she has moved quickly to dissolve the almost five-year union by filing papers in the Superior Court of California on Thursday.
In the legal documents, obtained by TMZ.com, the Beautiful hit-maker cites "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for divorce and claims they split on September 11th. She has hired top celebrity divorce lawyer Laura Wasser to represent her.
The petition states the former couple signed a pre-nuptial agreement when they wed in November 2005 and Wasser asks for the "earnings and accumulations of (Aguilera) before marriage, during marriage and from and after the date of separation" be considered separate property.
The singer is seeking joint legal and physical custody of their two-year-old son Max, while she is also requesting a judge deny Bratman the opportunity to claim spousal support.
Wasser's celebrity clients also include Mel Gibson's soon-to-be ex Robyn Gibson, actress Patricia Arquette and R&B singer Kelis.