The summer schedule put together by the judge states that Brad has been granted custody of the kids for four hours per day between 8 June and 17 June.
Apparently, judging by the documents leaked, Brad will be able to spend more time with his kids over the summer, with the exception of 16-year-old Maddox, who 'because of his age and maturity, ' can decide himself how often he'll be meeting his father.
According to TMZ, Jolie could lose primary custody of the couple's children if she doesn't make some changes. The court also bars her from reading the children's text messages with Pitt or from giving out a number to a phone that she secretly monitors. At the time, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services was investigating Pitt on an allegation of child abuse, stemming from an argument he'd had with one of his children aboard a flight from France to the United States.
The order also laid out temporary custody terms, breaking down how the kids will split time between Pitt's home in Los Angeles and London, where Jolie is now renting a home.
From July 8 to July 14, Pitt will again choose which children to spend time with and will have custody for four consecutive days. Brad also spoke about the split to GQ, explaining: "This house was always chaotic and insane, voices and bangs coming from everywhere, and then, as you see, there are days like this: very...very solemn".
At the end of July, he will have custody of the kids in Los Angeles. The kids will then return to Los Angeles on August 11 and another hearing will be held that week. "Angelina has been in London and is free to travel for shorter periods of time", a source told E!.
It was reported last month that the 54-year-old Pitt was so committed to spending quality time with his six children that he had re-arranged his work schedule so he could see them as much as possible this summer.
Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt in September 2016, claiming the separation was "for the health of the family".