Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt met up twice this last week in order to iron out details regarding their children, amid their two-year-long divorce battle.
The couple met up a week ago and again on January 30 at an office in Los Angeles.
The couple have been pictured by Who, in the middle of a three-hour long meeting at a lawyer’s office in Beverly Hills.
‘They’ve had other meetings in person; this is not the first,’ a source told Us Weekly. ‘This is part of their ongoing process to work through things regarding the kids and the divorce.’
Another source indicated the meetings were to ensure the process would head in a ‘more thoughtful and peaceful’ direction.
Angelina and Brad share sons Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, Knox, 10, and daughters Shiloh, 12, Vivienne, 10, and Zahara, 14.
The couple were together for seven years before officially tying the knot in 2014 and splitting just two years later.
The Tomb Raider actress cited irreconcilable differences for the split, and since then the couple has been locked in a custody battle for their kids.
The couple reached a custody agreement in late November after more than two years of negotiations.
‘Angelina agreed to a deal that gives Brad joint physical and legal custody of the children,’ a source told US Weekly in November.
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