Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie haven’t, reportedly, resolved their legal matters. After all, everything has been slowed down by the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Us Weekly, Brad Pitt continues to see his children, who have been living with Jolie since their divorce in 2016. However, everything else that’s crucial in resolving legal matters, including the courts, are slowed down.
“With the pandemic, it has been hard for everyone, including them. The legal process is slowed because of that. They are continuing regular visits but there has not been a lot of progress in terms of resolving anything,” the source said.
Brad Pitt continues to visit his children
Pitt has been riding his motorcycle around Jolie’s neighborhood throughout the past two weeks. The publication said that this is because the actor is visiting his children.
Prior to Pitt’s second outing, another source said that he and Jolie have been working on co-parenting properly for their children’s sake.
However, the source also revealed that Maddox opted not to see his dad when Pitt visited Jolie’s home. As such, the father and son’s relationship is still nonexistent.
Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie trying their best to co-parent
The source also said that the reports about Brad Pitt and Jolie trying to get along for their kids isn’t news because it has been going on for quite some time.
“Brad and Angelina have continued to navigate a path forward for their children. There has been some progress, but this certainly isn’t news because it’s been ongoing,” the source said.
A-listers have allegedly been fighting a lot before their divorce
Four years ago, Us Weekly gave an update on Pitt and Jolie’s relationship shortly after the latter announced their divorce.
The source claimed that the A-listers have been fighting a lot over the years, and they have also disagreed on many things.
Brangelina custody agreement
In 2018, Pitt and Jolie reached a custody agreement to eliminate the need for a trial.
“A custody arrangement was agreed to weeks ago and has been signed by both parties and the judge. The agreement, which is based on the recommendations of the child custody evaluator, eliminates the need for a trial. The filing and details of the agreement are confidential to protect the best interests of the children,” Samantha Bley, Jolie’s lawyer, said back then.
An insider, allegedly, close to Pitt said that he and Jolie will have joint physical custody of their kids.
“Over a period of the next six to eight weeks, the monitored visits will come to a conclusion. The children will immediately begin to have overnight visits with their father. The monitors will be in place for those first overnight visits, and this was done at Brad’s request. Brad Pitt recognizes this is going to be a change from what the norm had been and wants to make the transition as smooth as possible,” the source told Us Weekly.