Published: Thu, November 08, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie working together to settle custody

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie working together to settle custody

Evaluations for the children have already begun, and the judge will rely heavily on their findings in his ruling over custody.

Brad and Angelina have had a number of reported disputes and issues over child support since 2016, as the actress allegedly claimed that her ex was not paying "meaningful" child support over the past two years. Meanwhile, court documents obtained by the publication revealed that the former couple's custody trial, which will reportedly begin on Tuesday, Dec. 4, will be overseen by retired Judge John W. Odenkirk through the end of next June.

"Both parties continue to work together toward a settlement."

In addition to custody, the private judge needs to handle the property settlement.

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Earlier this year, Angelina was ordered by a judge to allow her children to spend more time with their father, or risk losing custody. She fired back with accusations he wasn't paying "meaningful" child support for the previous year and a half.

But days later, the Fight Club star argued he had "loaned" his estranged wife $8 million to help her purchase her current house and contributed over $1.3 million "in bills for the benefit of [Jolie] and the minor children".

Jolie reportedly wants sole custody, while Pitt is fighting for 50/50 joint custody of their six children.

The pair have six children together, ranging from ages 10 to 17. The former couple already hit a speed bump sometime in June when Jolie was informed that she could lose primary custody over their children if Brad Pitt was not given enough significant parenting time.

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