Michael Jordan is headed for the altar -- again. On Thursday, March 7, the 50-year-old NBA legend hit up a courthouse in West Palm Beach, Fla., to apply for a marriage license with fiancee Yvette Prieto. County clerk spokeswoman Kathy Burstein confirmed the news to the Associated Press.

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Per Florida state law, the basketball hall-of-famer and the Cuban model, 33, have 60 days to use the license once it's granted. TMZ says they plan to tie the knot on April 27.

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Jordan and Prieto dated for three years before getting engaged in 2011. His rep told North Carolina TV station WCNC that he proposed over Christmas.

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This will be the second marriage for the Charlotte Bobcats owner; he was previously wed to Juanita Vanoy for 17 years before their 2006 divorce. He and Vanoy -- who received about $168 million in their settlement -- share three kids: sons Jeffrey Michael, 24, and Marcus James, 22, and daughter Jasmine, 19.

This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Michael Jordan Applies for Marriage License With Fiancee Yvette Prieto