According to court documents obtained by E! News, the former couple's six children will remain in Jolie's custody. Pitt will continue to have "therapeutic visitation" with his kids, as well as attend weekly individual therapy sessions. The Allied actor will also have to attend group therapy and must submit to random drug tests. Shiloh Jolie Pitt, Maddox Jolie-Pitt, Vivienne Jolie-Pitt, Zahara Jolie-Pitt, Knox Jolie-Pitt and Pax Jolie-Pitt will also continue their individual counseling.
The temporary custody agreement comes after the FBI officially closed its investigation into Pitt's actions on a private plane.
An FBI spokesperson released the following statement to E! News: "In response to allegations made following a flight within the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States which landed in Los Angeles carrying Mr. Brad Pitt and his children, the FBI has conducted a review of the circumstances and will not pursue further investigation. No charges have been filed in this matter."
Earlier in November, Pitt was cleared of child abuse allegations by the Los Angeles Country Department of Children and Family Services.
After taking time out of the spotlight to deal with their family issues, both Jolie and Pitt resumed working and appeared in public. Pitt began his press tour for his latest World War II movie featuring Marion Cotillard while Jolie appeared in a video for the International Criminal Court in support of a recent policy regarding children. While appearing on a red carpet, Pitt showed his appreciation for his fans.
"Everyone has been really kind out here," he shared before adding, "It's really nice to have all the support."
Throughout the remainder of his press tour, Pitt continued to wear a smile on his face and talk to everyone about Allied, but questions regarding his divorce were strictly off limits.