Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce to be finalised in 2020?

While Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have finally come to a temporary custody agreement for their six children, Brangelina's divorce may only be finalised in 2020.
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It was on a fateful day in September 2016 when Brangelina aka Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie shocked the world by announcing their split. Owing to a speculated altercation between Brad and their son Maddox, the couple decided to part ways. It's been more than two years now and the divorce is yet to be finalised. On December 4, 2018, a custody trial took place which proved to be fruitful as they finally agreed to a temporary custody agreement for their six children.

According to Brangelina's temporary custody agreement, Brad will get an increase in his custodial time with his kids. The increase for Brad will be seen getting higher in stages. The goals for Pitt is to get a 50/50 split with Angelina. For this, the financial details have to be sought between the estranged couple. While Brad may have won the first battle with more custody time with their children, Angelina is "determined to hit Brad hard financially though, to make up for what she perceives as her losing the custody battle. If Brad thought the war was over, then he’s in for a very nasty shock!"




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According to Hollywood Life, the temporary custody agreement will in no ways speed up the divorce settlement. We could be looking at another two years before Brangelina's divorce is finalised. This means that Brad and Angelina's divorce will not be finalised untill 2020.

Brad is currently shooting for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with Leonardo DiCaprio while Angelina is spending quality time with her children and is often spotted with them, by the paparazzi.


It's a shame to tie up so much timr, money, judges, lawyers and the kids being almost grown now before having access to both parents. Somebody's holding this up way too long and it's just a crying shame because nobody wins.

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