The trials of this beautiful Hollywood couple are still not over. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have been trying to determine custody of children and all the issues related to their property for more than two years. It would seem that they reached a truce, but no, in December Angelina and Brad will meet again in court.
As you know, the couple has six children: adopted 13-year-old Zahara, 14-year-old Pax and 17-year-old Maddox and native ten-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox and 12-year-old Shiloh. Now they spend most of their time with their mother.
According to the last court decision, Angelina is obliged to allow Brad to see her children every other day: at least four hours on school days and at least 12 hours on non-studying days. In addition, Angelina provided Brad with the mobile phone numbers of all children - and the actor can call them at any time and talk as much as he wishes. Jolie is forbidden to read the text messages of children addressed to his father, and to monitor their texting.
Now the former spouses are awaiting a final court decision, which should regulate Pitt’s meetings with the children. Brad has repeatedly stated that his ex-wife wants to do her best so that he could not see the children.
However, as it became known, Angelina and Brad cannot reach a peace agreement and are ready to meet again in court. Angelina and Brad have filed legal docs asking an L.A. Superior Court Judge to give them until next June to hash out their bitter divorce ... with the help of a private judge.
The custody trial is now set to begin December 4, and the 2 parents could not be further apart. Angelina wants sole physical custody of their 6 kids and Brad wants 50/50 joint custody.
The custody trial is going to take 2-3 weeks and then the judge has to make his decision. In addition to questions about custody, the judge will also decide on their property.