Legal experts believe Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have each spent more than $1 million since registering for divorce, and they predict that their time in court could last another six years if things continue.
The divorce proceedings initiated by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie could still last six years. At least that is what was estimated in the Daily Mail Kelly Chang Rickert columns, a lawyer specializing in divorces whose firm is based in Los Angeles.
On Tuesday, March 30, the Expert told the British daily Angelina thinks she can get full custody of the children, but not that case. as long as Brad wants to be in custody and fight for it, she can spend millions and millions. Their youngest children, twins Knox and Vivienne, are 12 years old: proceedings could continue until 18."Before adding: I think this could be one of the most famous divorce proceedings most expensive in Hollywood history in terms of legal costs. "
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"They will continue to fight."
Separated since 2016, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have respectively spent one million dollars (85,000 euros) in legal costs, according to specialists interviewed by the Daily Mail. According to Kelly Chang Rickert, the high-profile lawyers employed by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt would charge between $ 1,000 and $ 1,500 (between 800 and 1,200 euros) per hour. She said they also hired a private judge who charges between 1,000 an hour. It probably costs them 10,000 dollars (8,000 euros) a day." The two actors also reportedly spent $ 500 (420 euros) per hour to have mental health experts testify in court.
Money that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie still haven't found common ground around custody of their six children Maddox, 19, Zahara, 16, Shiloh, 14, and Knox Vivienne, 12 years, could well continue to pay. Especially since the former couple has not established how their fortune of several million dollars would be distributed or who would return their castle of Miraval, located in France. "It's almost worse when people have money," said Kelly Chang Rickert, "because they will continue to fight indefinitely.