Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt on Monday, citing irreconcilable differences. They have been married for only two years.
But the 41-year-old Oscar winner and the 53-year-old pinup have been together for 12 years and have acquired a mass of wealth during that time. They also started the Jolie-Pitt Foundation in 2006.
Their combined wealth has been estimated at US$400 million ($546 million) with much of it tied up in property they've collected all over the world.
Jolie, who is asking for physical custody of the couple's six children (Maddox, aged 15, Pax, aged 12, Zahara, aged 11, Shiloh, aged 10, and twins Vivienne and Knox, aged eight), is believed to be on the title of all the properties.
Their main residence is in the Eastern part of Hollywood, which borders on Los Feliz.
The property contains several homes which have been acquired over time, making their fence line expand as the years roll on.
The main home is a traditional Craftsman's house that Brad bought in 1994 for a reported US$1.7m ($2.3m). He lived there with wife Jennifer Aniston until they divorced in 2005 after five years of marriage.
He has since redone the home extensively.
Brad bought two to three properties next to the main residence to add more living quarters.
The Fight Club actor also added a sprawling park for the children complete with slides and sand box, and an area they can ride their ATVs.
Though the Hollywood estate is massive, it is small compared with their estate Chateau Miraval in France.
The property is located in a village called Brignol, near from Aix-en-Provence.
It was reported that they purchased the spread together for US$60m ($82m) in 2008. It is also where they wed in August 2014.
Miraval has several homes that have a total of 35 bedrooms.
The 1,000 acres also features a large lake and a vineyard which produces the couple's rose Miraval.
The grounds also have an outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, an indoor swimming, fountains and aqueducts.
Also featured in the main home is a billiards room, his and hers gyms, and a large banquet hall.
Jolie has said she likes to be in France because it makes her feel close to her late mother Marcheline Bertrand. who died in 2007.
Though they don't stay there as often, the two also have a US$5m ($6.8m) home in Santa Barbara that sits on 11 acres.
The coastal ranch is next to Gaviota State Park where the beaches are some of the most naturally preserved areas in the world.
The Fury star bought the property for US$4m ($5.4m) in 2000 and the family uses it mainly as a vacation home.
Brad and Maddox have been seen riding their ATVs on the beach. The home is about a two hour drive from downtown Los Angeles.
Pitt has been trying to sell his New Orleans home since 2015.
They originally listed their French Quarter mansion for US$6.5m ($8.9m).
The star couple bought the renovated 1830s home in late 2006 for Pitt's filming of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. It has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
The home has Venetian plastered walls, marble mantles and fireplaces, crown moldings, a grand spiral staircase and an elevator. There's also a two-story guesthouse.
In 2007 it was reported Jolie bought a home in Laurel Canyon. It is not known if she still has it.
The two are not only linked by homes and children. They also started the Jolie-Pitt Foundation together in 2006.
The foundation has donated millions of dollars to such diverse causes as efforts to rebuild after Hurricane Katrina and the tornado that ravaged Joplin, Missouri; children's health centers in Ethiopia and Cambodia; the N/a'an ku sê Foundation in Namibia; GlobaL Action for Children; the HALO Trust; and Doctors Without Borders.
The foundation's site has been taken down for 'renovation.'
Jolie, who is also a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, was presented with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 2013 for her work with the foundation.