The dirty Details of Madonna's divorce from director Guy Ritchie will be made public within weeks, according to reports. The former happy couple's six-year marriage ended in 2008, and they worked out a deal in the British courts to share custody of their two children Rocco and David Banda. They joined once again last week to file papers at Manhattan Supreme Court, asking a U.S. judge to approve the agreement, which will keep the two boys jetting between Ritchie in England and Madonna in New York City. Madonna and Guy had hoped to keep details of their arrangements secret, but because the case has now moved to New York, it means future hearings regarding the children's care will be open to the public, unlike in the United Kingdom where family law courts are closed. Details of previous hearings in Britain could also be revealed during the U.S. courtroom proceedings, according to London's Evening Standard newspaper.A source tells the publication, "There is going to be a hearing next month and the papers that have been filed will be available then. The New York hearing will confirm the English proceedings. "There will be revelations, but the divorce remains amicable and intelligently handled." The case is due to be heard on March 2nd.