Wednesday, February 7, 2018

The latest People merely relies on a report from another tabloid that saw the recent posting on the court site.  It otherwise rehashes what was in old People reports.  People obviously couldn't get any comment from any of their authorized reps.

Again, since they have not complied with the disclosure requirements, the court represented by Judge Ouderkirk, is not officially aware that they have any assets, liabilities or income. The only way for them to comply with the requirements is by filing an amended petition and response.  It's been almost a year and a half and no such filings have been made.  They obviously carefully considered what they were going to file and already filed what they ever intended to file.  There can be no talks with the court about something the court is not aware exists.

This is all about waiting for the process to be completed.  They didn't think it would take more than a year when they hired Judge Ouderkirk.

-- Fussy

Mike Miller
February 07, 2018 02:23 PM

The former couple, who split in Sept. 2016, are taking steps to ensure that ongoing negotiations over custody and distribution of assets remain private. The court approved their recent request to extend the temporary judge — typically used to oversee private settlement talks — in their case so that the talks stay under wraps, according to a new court filing, reports The Blast.


  1. Fussy ,Angelina is on the Cover of ELLE magazine for March 2018 Issue and she is been interviewed by non other than the former Secretary of State John Kerry.

    For her first spring issue,the New Editor In Chief Nina Garcia decided on a bright graphic cover featuring actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie, in honor of International Women’s Day. Jolie is a certainly a safer choice for a cover star, but inside she is interviewed by former Secretary of State John Kerry and photographed with her children. “I care that she is a role model and that she’s going the extra mile,” says Garcia.

    Angelina Jolie does not have a project to promote. She’s neither starring in, nor directing, a March film. Bucking the standard reasons for doing press, the Academy Award–winning megastar is on this month’s cover of ELLE to draw attention to an occasion that doesn’t come with a red carpet: International Women’s Day (March 8).
    For the better part of the last decade, the 42-year-old has devoted herself to shedding light on women’s rights, or lack thereof, across the globe. Serving as a goodwill ambassador and special envoy to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, she’s completed nearly 60 field missions, including visits to Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq. As cofounder of the British government’s Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative, she’s met with rape survivors in Rwanda and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Days before her ELLE shoot, the Guardian published Jolie’s call to action against gender-based violence, co-authored with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Despite all her advocacy, Jolie confesses she’s always been reticent when it comes to politics. Still, she recognizes that political action can sometimes offer a more direct route to changing things for the better.
    To that end, the following story is a thoughtful conversation between her and longtime politician John Kerry. Jolie first met the 74-year-old statesman—a Vietnam veteran, presidential candidate, and, most recently, U.S. secretary of state—five years ago at the London G8 Summit. It’s a frigid December morning when the two reconnect at the Ritz-Carlton in New York. Kerry, who unexpectedly bumped into his daughter Vanessa on the street, brought her along for a brief hello. The four youngest of Jolie’s six children will arrive later. Jolie is in town to accept the Global Citizen of the Year award from the United Nations Correspondents Association and to do some Christmas shopping. They’re both looking forward to 2018, when Jolie will speak to students at Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, where the former secretary oversees the Kerry Initiative. Kerry, in turn, has agreed to speak at the London School of Economics, where Jolie is a visiting professor.

    Here, a small preview of some of the huge issues they are working tirelessly to remedy. Listen in.
    This article originally appears in the March 2018 issue of ELLE.

  3. Nina Garcia✔@ninagarcia
    The March issue is here. Angelina Jolie speaks out for women across the globe; because being an American citizen means being a global citizen. Thank you to #MarianoVivanco #samiranasr and my incredible team at @ELLEmagazine for making this beautiful idea come to life.