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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt work on child custody arrangement

After a couple has made the decision to end their marriage and file for divorce, there are various legal matters to be discussed between the two parties. Depending on the couple, things like property division and alimony will be important, but for couples with children, child custody is at the top of the list. Not only can this discussion lead to disputes and disagreements, but it can also have a negative impact on the children.

Actor Brad Pitt and actress Angelina Jolie recently announced to the world that they will be ending their two-year marriage. It was reported that Jolie was the one to file, stating that she wanted the divorce for the health of the family. With the couple having six children together, child custody was, of course, something that they needed to work out, which is why the couple has agreed on a temporary arrangement.

It has been alleged that Jolie requested full custody when she initially filed for the divorce in September 2016. She will be awarded full custody, while Pitt is only allowed visitation. Pitt is expected to be tested for drugs and alcohol randomly, and both parties are to participate in both family and individual counseling.

Divorces can be tough on spouses, but when there are children involved, things can be even more difficult. Disputes may happen, but at the end of the day, it is important for parents to keep the child's needs in mind and make a decision that will benefit everyone. Anyone who has filed for divorce and needs guidance during the process can contact an attorney, as they can answer questions and help you make the best decisions for you and your children.

Source: USA Today, "Brangelina divorce: Temporary custody agreement worked out,"Maria Puente, October 1, 2016

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