Brad Pitt's trial worry

Brad Pitt's trial worry

As Brad and Angelina's divorce is taking too long and his children are suffering the most, he wishes this to be done as soon as possible so they can have some happy times together.

Then the media wrote about the fact that they even made a truce, and it seemed that the court case is close to completion, but apparently someone of them chose to continue to sort out relations in court. How to write the Western media, became known the new date of the next court session on 4 December.

Attorneys to both movie stars have been in serious negotiations since September 2016, after Jolie filed for divorce, 2 years into their marriage, citing irreconcilable differences and "the health of the family" after 12 years of being together.

They added to People magazine: "Angelina isn't seeking full custody". In fact, Angelina Jolie's camp accused Brad Pitt of not providing "meaningful" child support.

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The former couple will ask a private judge to rule on the custody battle over their six children and their property settlement, as it was revealed that they had no prenup. However, the 43-year-old actress/director reportedly insisted that "the best scenario for the kids is for her to have sole custody". Pitt's team retaliated, providing court documents receipts for a $8 million loan he gave Jolie for her current home as well as $1.3 million in bills.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's nasty custody war is about to heat up.

Earlier this year, Angelina was ordered by a judge to allow her children to spend more time with their father, or risk losing custody.

The trial could take up to 3 weeks and the judge will have the duty of going thru all the info and making a decision.

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