Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas's divorce is getting all the attention on social media.
In the divorce details, Melanie gets the former couple's house in Aspen, a painting by Picasso and $65,000-a-month in spousal support from the Spanish actor, according to TMZ.
Banderas gets a pencil drawing by Picasso and one by Diego Rivera, and the former husband-and-wife have shared the proceeds from the sale of the LA home they shared together.
TMZ added that between 1996 and 2004, each kept the money they made from their work during and prior to their marriage.
However, in 2004, they signed some kind of legal agreement, the website said, that changed the financial situation.
They first worked together on the set of the 1995 romantic comedy "Two Much," and Banderas later directed his wife in the 1999 film "Crazy in Alabama." They have an 18-year-old daughter together.