Angelina Jolie might lose primary custody of her children if she doesn't improve their relationship with Brad Pitt and that's actually pretty common

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Per documents obtained by CNN, courts have ordered Angelina Jolie to allow her ex-husband Brad Pitt more time with their six children.

Pitt and Jolie were given a new visitation schedule for the summer, which details the time Pitt will have with his kids.

A divorce attorney told INSIDER it is not uncommon for custody battles to be reopened as kids grow up, especially if parents cannot agree.

A child psychiatrist told INSIDER it is important for children to maintain relationships with both their parents whenever possible.

Almost two years after filing for divorce, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's custody battle is back in headlines. According to court documents obtained by CNN, Jolie has been ordered to improve the children's relationship with Pitt as "not having a relationship with their father is harmful to them."

These orders include Jolie telling the kids they are "safe with their father," and adhering to a new shared custody schedule. It entails the children traveling between London, where Jolie currently resides, and LA, where Pitt resides, over the summer. The schedule excludes 16-year-old Maddox, who is allowed to choose where he spends his time. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to stop robocallersSee Also:Chrissy Teigen posted a video of veins protruding from her 'milky' breast here's why it happens to breastfeeding momsStudy finds 2 out of 3 car seats are installed incorrectly here's how to get yours professionally checkedKat Von D said she won't vaccinate her baby and people are so outraged they're boycotting her beauty line