Brad and Angelina Ready for War In Custody Trial

Brad and Angelina Ready for War In Custody Trial

Brad and Angelina Ready for War In Custody Trial

The way it stands now, fans can only hope that neither Angelina Jolie nor Brad Pitt turns their current legal proceedings into a traumatic event for them and their family.

But the couple could still reach an agreement out of court as a source familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak publicly said both sides "are still working together to find an out-of-court settlement". The custody trial is set to begin December 4.

Some thought that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were separated but coming to terms with respect to the kids.

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They added to People magazine: "Angelina isn't seeking full custody".

Legal documents filed on Monday said Brad and Angelina, 43, want to extend the appointment of Judge Ouderkirk as a temporary judge until June 30, 2019, and he will hear and determine all pretrial issues, requests and motions, as well as the trial.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's custody battle will finally get its day in court.

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Battling for custody isn't the only thing that the couple will be going through in the near future, as the judge reportedly also needs to deal with the property settlement and the pair never secured a prenup.

Jolie meanwhile was warned by a judge that if she didn't allow her children to foster a relationship with their father she could potentially lose custody.

The former couple share six children together, with their ages ranging from 10-years-old to 17 years of age.

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At the judge's discretion, the "Moneyball" actor and the "Unbroken" director may be able to appear at the trial - which will take place at an as-yet-undecided location - via a telephone link.

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