Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are working out their divorce terms.
The 52-year-old actor filed a response on Friday to his estranged wife's divorce petition, as they try to find a way forward with their family after two years of marriage.
The filings are pretty similar... except when it comes to custody.
In Pitt's response, the World War Z
star requested both joint legal and physical custody
of the former couple's six children -- 15-year-old Maddox, 12-year-old Pax, 11-year-old Zahara, 10-year-old Shiloh, and 8-year-old twins, Knox and Vivienne.
The request diverges from the 41-year-old actress' October filing
asking for sole physical custody of the children.
Apart from that notable exception, court documents obtained by ET show that Pitt's filing is mostly similar to Jolie's initial filing.
Both parties list Sept. 15, 2016 as the separation date, and cite irreconcilable differences as the reason for divorce. Additionally, both actors are requesting to pay their own attorney fees, and neither filing mentions spousal or child support.
Another difference is on property -- Jolie listed specific property to be awarded to her, while Pitt has not yet claimed any property
They have a temporary custody deal for now.
As part of the plan, Jolie and Pitt each volunteered to participate in individual counseling, while Pitt agreed to undergo drug and alcohol testing, though sources tell ET this was not a requirement.
The agreement, known as a DCFS safety plan, is standard practice in any ongoing child welfare investigation.
"She is only concerned with the health and safety of her children, that is how she feels at this moment," a source close to the situation said of Jolie's mindset while entering the agreement.
A source tells ET that the kids were last seen in Malibu, California.
Pitt has had supervised visits with the kids.
Pitt has had limited contact with his children while the FBI has been investigating the Sept. 14 incident
on a plane.
That day, during a family flight home from Europe, Pitt allegedly got into an argument with Maddox, although a source previously told ET that claims of abuse were "exaggerated or untrue" and there was "no inappropriate physical contact."
Since then, Pitt has had two visits with his kids at undisclosed neutral locations. People reported
that Maddox did not attend either of these visits, though ET can confirm the actor and his son were reunited on Oct. 19 in a meeting supervised by a therapist.
In October, the FBI told ET that it is "continuing to gather facts and will evaluate whether an investigation at the federal level will be pursued."
They sold their new Orleans home.
In the meantime, the estranged couple has begun splitting up their assets,
selling their New Orleans, Louisiana, home in late October.
They had purchased the property -- located in the city's French Quarter neighborhood -- post-Hurricane Katrina in 2007 for a reported $3.5 million, after Pitt established the Make It Right foundation to fuel development of new housing in the city's Lower Ninth Ward.
Watch the video below for more on their split.