Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt Reach A Custody Agreement For Six Children

Posted: Nov 8 2016, 8:35am CST | by , Updated: Nov 10 2016, 8:22pm CST, in News | Latest Celebrity News

 

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Reach a Custody Agreement for Six Children
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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have reached a custody agreement for their six children which had been declared temporary.

In a latest statement, a representative for Angelina Jolie revealed that the couple had reached a custody agreement. The representative said that Angelina Jolie has been given sole custody of the six children of the couple.

Brad Pitt will have supervised visits with the children in the presence of the therapists. It was also confirmed that the custody agreement was reached about a week ago. It was also confirmed that the custody agreement is only temporary.

Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from the actor on September 15th in which she stated her reason for divorce as reconcilable differences and for the health of her family.

The news of an altercation between Pitt and their eldest son Maddox, 15 on a plane also reached the concerned authorities. An investigation is underway by the FBI to determine whether the incident should be handled as a domestic one or international since the family was travelling in an airplane.

Meanwhile, the custody agreement that has been reached is in correspondence with the legal response filed by Brad Pitt in which he asked for the joint custody of their six children.

Ever since then, legal representatives of the couple have worked with child welfare workers to determine a temporary custody agreement which does not have an end date.

The couple are also awaiting the investigation by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services to determine whether Pitt was involved in the incident with Maddox.

According to a family source, both the actors are trying to keep their family together and heal them in order to move forward. They will act in accordance with the current custody agreement until they can come up with a more permanent agreement.

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