In June, Pitt and Jolie's custody battle hit a fever pitch and a judge required Jolie tell their children that the "court has determined that not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them", that they are "safe with their father", and that having a healthy relationship with both parents is "critical".
Brad and Angelina are still getting divorced and, as Vanity Fair points out, the proceedings will probably "outlive us all".
The ongoing saga of the Brangelina split is back in the headlines after Angelina Jolie's attorneys filed a complaint that claims Brad Pitt has paid no "meaningful" child support since the couple announced their intention to divorce almost two years ago.
According to the latest report by TMZ, Pitt has not paid "meaningful child support" since he and Jolie officially separated, though it is not clarified what exactly he was expected to do for child support.
The "informal arrangement" agreed between the two, Jolie's lawyer states, has not been followed by Pitt, however a source familiar with the situation tells Metro.co.uk that "Brad fulfills his commitments".
"Angelina is not in need of money and could easily put a payment plan together for child support with Brad without this aggressive approach, but this is the way she chooses to handle things", the source continues.
Nearly two years after the Hollywood power couple separated, Jolie is trying to kickstart the process so that it can be finalised by the end of the year. "[Pitt] has a duty to pay child support".
The declarations came in a request for a case-management hearing filed Tuesday by Jolie Pitt's attorneys in Los Angeles Superior Court.
In June, however, the court ordered Jolie to help fix Pitt's relationships with his children, as "not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them".
Jolie's legal representatives are asking the judge overseeing the former couple's divorce and custody case to set up a status conference to address the issue.
Angelina and Brad split in September 2016 after two years of marriage.