Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Can't Decide How To Split Their French Castle

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Despite filing for divorce three years ago, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are still working on their settlement. While both actors had themselves declared legally single earlier this year, their divorce settlement is not finalized. According to The Blast, the former couple can't figure out how to split up their mega-fortunes. Their French castle, in particular, is reportedly difficult to divvy up.

Despite their ongoing divorce proceedings, Brad and Angelina's "talks are going smoothly" and will continue in a private capacity. The most important aspects of their divorce, including a custody agreement for their six children, have been settled. During their 12 year relationship, Brad and Angelina "co-mingled a lot of their wealth," which is making their financial situation post-divorce a bit tricky.

As The Blast reports, the former couple hasn't yet come to a decision about what to do with their French winery and castle Miraval. "It's been a stick point, " the outlet explains. Brad and Angelina purchased the 500-acre Chateau back in 2011 for $60 million. Their original plan was to pass the property down to their kids for them to own and operate in the future.

Hopefully, Brad and Angelina will reach a settlement soon. Now that they've both been declared legally single, source close to the couple say they're "ready to move forward."

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