Angelina Jolie and ex Brad Pitt's tense divorce battle is hitting a fever pitch.
But things looked like business as usual on Thursday when the actress, twins Vivienne and Knox, and older brother Pax were seen at the 60out Escape Rooms in LA.
The family outing comes around the same time as documents from The Blast revealed that the actress was ordered by a judge to give Pitt regular visitation.
The order, originally issued July 11, dictated that the Fight Club actor must have "four hours [with the children] every other day on school days and twelve hours every other day on non-school days" while the exes finalise their agreement.
It was the same order which mandated Jolie and children to return to the States, as she had brought the children to England while filming the sequel to Disney's Maleficent, the Daily Mail reports.
Pitt and Jolie's legal teams will return to court for a further hearing August 21.
Angie didn't appear worried by the news while out, however.
She smiled and carried a cup of coffee into the escape room while her 10-year-old twins and 16-year-old son walked in tow.
The kids enjoyed their own warm beverages and the whole group was accompanied by their trusty bodyguards.
While a custody agreement between Pitt and Jolie is nearly finalised, relationships between Brad and his kids are said to be strained because of Angelina "not allowing the children to properly interact with their father".
According to TMZ, the Tomb Raider actress has "driven a wedge" between the actor and their children Maddox, 17, Pax, 14, Zahara, 13, Shiloh, 12, and Vivienne and Knox, nine.
The source suggested that things are more strained with his sons than his three daughters.