Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie soon to be officially divorced; Read details

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are officially going to be single again and while it breaks many hearts, it is what it is. Read details inside.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie soon to be officially divorced; Read detailsBrad Pitt and Angelina Jolie soon to be officially divorced; Read details
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Angelina Jolie filed for divorce with Brad Pitt almost 2 and a half years back and looks like the two are now officially single. According to the latest reports, the judge has ruled out that they can now officially be single before their bifurcation (a legal move that will finally settle their divorce) comes through. Angelina and Brad had requested for the legal move as per the documents they filed on Friday. A source informed PEOPLE that both Angelina and Brad are focused on giving the best to their kids.

Brad and Angelina have 6 kids Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, Shiloh, 12, and Vivienne and Knox who are both 10 years old. The report about the filing came out firs on The Blast. The two had first met back in 2005 and started dating soon after the premiere of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. The two announced their pregnancy in 2006 and got married in 2014. However, the two started to have differences and filed for divorce in September 2016.

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Angelina also went on to ask for their children's custody and ever since, the two have been negotiating on various aspects of the divorce including finances. It was in June last year that a schedule was jotted down for Brad as to when can he spend time with his children, however, the judge also stated that Maddox, 17, can decide for himself how much of his time does he wishes to spend with his father. 

Until now, the entire process has been kept away from the public eye. Reports also stated that the duo extended the time to retain their judge and thereby, Judge John Ouderkirk was extended to the case until December 31, 2019.

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