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Inside The Sandra Bullock/Jesse James Split -- Read Their Final Divorce Papers

Jun. 30 2010, Published 3:32 p.m. ET

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The marriage between Sandra Bullock and Jesse James is officially over, and RadarOnline.com is the first to show you their final decree of divorce.

Legal Document: Read Sandra Bullock/Jesse James' Final Divorce Papers

The documents, which were filed in Texas with the Travis County District Court this past Monday, indicate that "IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that B.A.S., Petitioner (Bullock), and J.J.G., Respondent (James), are divorced and that the marriage between them is dissolved," thus ending the Hollywood union just months after James' numerous affairs surfaced in the tabloids.

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Even though the pair began the adoption process for Louis Bardot as a couple, the papers indicate that "there is no child of the marriage," meaning Bullock is acknowledged as Bardot's only parent, while James retains custody of the kids he entered into the marriage with, Sunny, Jesse Jr., and Chandler.

The papers indicate that court costs would be charged to the party who incurred them, reflecting what looks like a clean break between the Oscar-winning actress and the West Coast Choppers owner.

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the actress has recently been getting acclimated with Bardot and his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana, where she bought a house to get out of the bright spotlight of Tinseltown.

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Bullock and James wed on July 16, 2005. Their marriage imploded shortly after Bullock won the Oscar for Best Actress in March after she learned James had cheated with a string of women.

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