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A top divorce lawyer explains what could happen to Brangelina's $500 million fortune

INSIDER Logo By Jacob Shamsian of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 5:  The  biggest question in Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce is  who will take care of their children. The next question is who will get their stuff.  INSIDER spoke with  Raoul Felder, a top divorce attorney who's been involved in cases with celebrities like Rudy Giuliani, Martin Scorsese, Mike Tyson, and Tom Clancy, about how Brangelina's assets might be split. Pitt and Jolie have a combined net worth of $500 million,  according to People. Other estimates are even higher:  Celebrity estate attorney Donald David thinks Pitt is worth up to approximately $350 million, with Jolie at $275 million. It isn't clear what sort of prenuptial agreement they have - if they have one at all - so right now it's a mystery how their assets will be distributed. If they don't have a prenuptial agreement, they'll likely have an arbitration to figure out how the assets should be split - and so far divorce proceedings have been happening for nearly two years.

The biggest question in Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce is who will take care of their children.

The next question is who will get their stuff.

INSIDER spoke with Raoul Felder, a top divorce attorney who's been involved in cases with celebrities like Rudy Giuliani, Martin Scorsese, Mike Tyson, and Tom Clancy, about how Brangelina's assets might be split.

Pitt and Jolie have a combined net worth of $500 million, according to People. Other estimates are even higher: Celebrity estate attorney Donald David thinks Pitt is worth up to approximately $350 million, with Jolie at $275 million.

It isn't clear what sort of prenuptial agreement they have - if they have one at all - so right now it's a mystery how their assets will be distributed. If they don't have a prenuptial agreement, they'll likely have an arbitration to figure out how the assets should be split - and so far divorce proceedings have been happening for nearly two years.

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