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Mindel agreed, but said, “The question’s going to be —did they have enough time to flesh out how they’re going to resolve future disputes?”
For now the focus of both stars appears to be to get their breakup out of the news. Holmes‘ attorney Jonathan Wolfe cast doubts Monday evening on stories speculating about what the couple traded to get such a quick resolution.
“There are numerous inaccuracies in the reports regarding the purported contents of the agreement reached between the parties,” Wolfe wrote, adding that “its terms will not be disclosed.”
Kelly said although it will become clear how the custody agreement is structured based on where Suri is seen spending her time, the public will probably never know its specifics or how it came together.
“Anything you (hear) past today is going to be complete speculation,” Kelly said.
AP Entertainment Writer Jake Coyle and Associated Press Writer Jennifer Peltz in New York contributed to this report.
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