As Brad and Angelina's divorce is taking too long and his children are suffering the most, he wishes this to be done as soon as possible so they can have some happy times together. Apparently, both sides are working toward an out-of-court settlement to arrange custody of their children without going to trial.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce and custody proceedings are not the most relaxed separation happening in Hollywood right now. Brad is requesting joint legal and physical custody. She fired back with accusations he wasn't paying "meaningful" child support for the a year ago and a half.
The trial scheduled for December 4, will likely behind closed doors and not at a public courthouse, according to the wishes of the two estranged couple.
His lawyer Lance Spiegel added that Brad "adamantly disputes the contention that he has not paid child support".
As Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie head to trial for custody of their children, sources close to the actor say he's concerned about the fallout.
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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 - who split in September 2016 after two years of marriage - will face one another in court for two to three weeks in December 4.
The former couple share six children together, with their ages ranging from 10-years-old to 17 years of age.
Sources tell People that the listed court date is seen as a target date for Brad and Angie to reach an agreement on custody.