The court proceedings of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie reportedly ‘slowed down’ as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In 2016, the ex-couple – who have six children – had an acrimonious separation, and while their divorce was finalized last year, they are both embroiled in court ‘legal matters.’
According to Us Weekly magazine: “The actor, 56, is seeing the children but because of coronavirus, everything involved in their process of resolving legal matters between the exes, including the courts, is slowing down.
It added: “With the pandemic, it has been complicated for everybody, including them. That’s why the legal process is slowed down. Daily meetings continue, but there hasn’t been any progress in resolving it.”
Despite the slow court proceedings, after ‘a lot of family therapy,’ the former couple were recently reported to be friendly co-parenting.
Over the last few weeks, ‘The Once Upon a Time over Hollywood’ actor has been seen visiting his kids twice at Jolie’s house. In June, Pitt stopped by her mansion and was seen on July 2 leaving her home again.
Meanwhile, it was previously announced that their friendship has changed immensely after Brad and Angelina, 45, signed a custody agreement.
The children have a parenting arrangement and that has made a big difference for the entire family. The arrangement has alleviated some of the logistical stresses that Brad and Angelina have experienced in the past. Now, the children spend time with their parents and are happy and healthy.’
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