Legendary basketball player Michael Jordan filed for a marriage license yesterday (Thursday, March 7) in Palm Beach County. Jordan turned 50 last month and is expected to marry his 34-year-old Cuban-American model Yvette Prieto.

By law, Jordan and Prieto were both required to be present to file the application. Sources say he didn't request preferential treatment and the couple waited in line with everyone else.

TMZ reports that a date has already been set for the wedding (April 27th) and will probably take place at Jordan's mansion in South Florida.

Jordan's first marriage ended in 2006 to Juanita Vanoy whom he had two sons and a daughter with. Jordan reportedly had to pay out a $168 million settlement from that marriage.