Bristol Palin, Dakota Meyer get joint custody of baby girl

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Washington D.C., Mar. 11 (ANI): Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer’s custody battle has come to an end with an Alaskan judge granting the joint custody.

The judge ruled that the former couple would share interim joint legal and physical custody of their daughter Sailor Grace, reports E! Online.

Palin previously requested that Meyer should only receive reasonable visitations and no overnight stays, but the judge said it would be in the baby’s best interest to have equal access to both the parents.

Meyer will make the trip to Alaska from Kentucky twice a month and stay for four days on each visit. His visits are set to start this month, but sleepovers won’t commence until May.

Sailor was born in December, seven months after Palin and Meyer called off their engagement. (ANI)

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