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Issue of child support in Pitt/Jolie divorce

| Sep 4, 2018 | child support

When couples in Maryland or others around the country go through the divorce process, tensions may often run high. When the couples have children, discussions around custody or child support can become rather contentious. However, for most couples, every statement or decision they make in a divorce is not plastered all over the tabloids. Unfortunately, this is the situation for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie as they continue to navigate through a messy split.

In this particular dispute, there is a question regarding a loan Pitt made to Jolie. Namely, should the loan be counted as child support? Pitt believes that it should be, since the loan was apparently used for housing for his children.

However, matrimonial legal experts feel there is a deeper issue between the couple. They see the squabbling between Pitt and Jolie as harmful to the children. The parents are mad at each other, yet the children are the ones who are caught in the middle. Unfortunately, these arguments are essentially in the public eye.

Professionals suggest handling the complex decisions of a divorce in a manner that will have the least negative impact on the children. It is important to think about how the decisions being made will affect the children and address how to help them through the changes. If peaceful solutions can be reached, the children, as well as the divorcing couple, will benefit.

While the majority of divorces are not such high-profile cases, the issues facing Maryland couples are the same. When there are children involved it is critical to have sound legal advice on issues such as child support and custody. An experienced divorce lawyer can provide guidance to clients throughout every step of the proceedings.