During Brad Pitt's and Angelina Jolie's custody work, there is a probationary date.
According to court records received by ET, the custodial sentence is scheduled on 4 December, and the location has not yet been determined.
The documents submitted on Monday show that Pitt and Jolie want to continue the appointment of Judge Ouderkirk as a temporary judge until 30 June 2019.
This means that Judge Ouderkirk will hear and resolve all litigation documents, requests and statements in their case and also lead to trial.
At the jury's discretion, Pitt, 54 and Jolie, 43, may appear in court proceedings by telephone in court documents.
Like most minor hearing, it is expected that the courtroom will be closed to all non-parties.
The news exploded in September 2016 that Jolie had sought divorce from Pitt after two years of marriage. Jolie mentioned contradictory differences in her filing and actor Robert Offer's attorney told the Associated Press that the decision was made for "family health".
He also asked for the physical treatment of his six children, but in November, Pitt responded to Jolie's divorce and asked for legal and physical custody of children in his archives.
Tensioned detention experience has followed and in August, near the situation told ET that both had reached a temporary agreement.
Another source told ET that the interim agreement had been in place for some time, and a permanent agreement had not yet been concluded.
See more about the couple's long-distance divorce below.
Steve Wilks reporting.
NEWS: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt: Long Way to Divorce Two Years After Publishing to Split
EXCLUSIVE: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt get a secret meeting, two years after Split
NEWS: Angelina Jolie is divorced from lawyer Laura Wasser in Brad Pitt's divorce case