Angelina Jolie on Tuesday sought to move forward with her long and sometimes bitter divorce from Brad Pitt, which has yet to be finalized after nearly two years.
"[Pitt] has a duty to pay child support", the filing states.
The lawyer also revealed that the former couple have had an "informal arrangement" for Brad to pay the kids' expenses, but alleged that Brad has failed to "regularly sustain" that for "over a year and a half", which is leading Angelina to ask a judge for a formal support order as well as retroactive payments.
According to sources familiar with the situation, TMZ explains, Brad and Angelina indeed had an informal agreement.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt'sdivorce is not getting any easier.
The insider told People magazine: "The filing today was only intended for the marriage to be dissolved, and before everything else can be dissolved, things have to be done by both parties, including financial disclosure and child support".
The couple share six children: Maddox, 17, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 10. Last week, Jolie's spokesperson denied to ET that Jolie was parting ways with Wasser after a TMZ report claimed that the attorney was quitting over internal conflicts with Jolie. The actors are "at an impasse", the source added, so there will be "no settlement or resolution anytime soon".
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