The ex-marriage formed by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will share custody of their six children in common. That is the decision that Judge John Ouderkirk would have finally made, which has been widely criticized by the actress's legal team.
Angelina Jolie wanted her children to testify but the Judge wouldn’t let them. In fact, the Hollywood star's lawyers have hinted, according to The New York Post, that they will follow these legal channels in order to reverse the measure.
They believe that the magistrate has not been objective enough for the interests of the interpreter and, above all, sensible when it comes to protecting the well-being of minors. In a letter presented this week, they alluded to the "risks" that for children would mean giving part of their guardianship to a person, referring to Brad, with a history of "domestic violence."
On the other hand, Brad Pitt's lawyers have openly welcomed the decision, considering that Judge Ouderkirk, after several months of exhaustive investigation into the family circumstances of the ex-partner, has been reasonable and understanding in relation to the main objective that had been set.