When it comes to the Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt divorce, most of the public is consumed by various questions:
Does Pitt drink too much? Smoke too much? Was another man or woman involved? For how long was tension between the stars brewing?
But multiple source confirm that Jolie and Pitt are concerned about one thing and one thing only during this difficult time:
Jolie and Pitt are parents to six precious children: Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne.
In her divorce filing last week, Jolie asked for sole physical custody, claiming that she disagrees with Pitt's methods of parenting and pleading with a judge to basically take Pitt's kids away.
Not forever. But in a pretty significant way.
Insiders say Pitt will fight in court of joint custody, while he has a more immediate problem at the moment.
The Department of Children and Family Services in Los Angeles County is conducting an inquiry into the allegations that Pitt was involved in an incident with a child aboard a private plane earlier this month.
He is accused of verbally and, according to some outlets, physically assaulting the child.
Speaking of his kids, a new question has arisen:
When has Pitt last spent any time with them?
E! News confirms Pitt hasn't seen any of the six children since Jolie filed for divorce on September 19.
But this isn't by choice. He hopes this will soon change.
"He really wants to see the kids and to work out an arrangement that is best for them," the insider tells E! of Brad's biggest issue at the moment.
"[He] wants to work things out privately and amicably."
We wish him luck on the latter.
But we think the former isn't exactly an option at this point.
Elsewhere, reps for the two celebrities have not commented on the while airplane controversy, although a source close to the investigation told E! News that Pitt "takes the matter very seriously and says he did not commit any abuse of his children."
Witnesses have said Pitt looked to be "out of control" on the tarmac of an airport in Minnesota on the night of September 14 after his private plane landed.
This, of course, does not mean the abuse allegations are true.
But Jolie did state in her divorce papers that the couple has been separated since September 15, the day after Pitt allegedly went off on one of his kids.
Pitt is "is cooperating fully" with the FBI investigation, E! writes, adding:
"He will continue to do what's in the best interest of the children...[He] is most concerned about his children and the best thing for them is to keep the situation private."
What have Jolie and Pitt said about their shocking split?
The actress' manager, Geyer Kosinski, released a statement on her behalf, that reads:
"Angelina will always do what's in the best interest of taking care of her family. She appreciates everyone's understanding of their need for privacy at this time."
And this is what Pitt said:
"I am very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the wellbeing of our kids. I kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve during this challenging time."