Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has filed for divorce from his wife of 21 years, reports the MLive.
According to the Michigan news site, Moore and his wife Kathleen Glynn are calling it quits after more than two decades together.
The complaint was filed by Moore on June 17, in a court close to the couple's Torch Lake home. The divorce complaint cites that there is "no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved." The Antrim County Circuit Court document also states that the couple are no longer living together.
The site says Moore is being represented by Joseph Aviv and Jason R. Abel of the Michingan law firm Honigman, Miller, Schwartz and Cohn.
Moore and Glynn married on Oct. 19, 1991, in their hometown of Flint. MLive reports that court records state Glynn has not currently responded about the divorce.
Glynn is a producer and has worked Moore on several of his successful documentaries, including "Bowling For Columbine" and "Fahrenheit 9/11." The two also wrote a brook together, "Adventures in TV Nation."