Sarah Palin is set to faceoff with her estranged husband Todd in a divorce trial.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, an Alaska judge has scheduled the trial to begin on April 6, 2020. The battle is expected to last a total of four days.
The trial date was set the same day Todd Palinresponded to Sarah’s counterclaim. Based on court records, it appears the two have been unable to resolve all issues in their divorce.
As The Blast first reported, Todd filed for divorce from Sarah following 30 years of marriage.
Todd filed the divorce using only their initials. The day the petition was filed was also his 55th birthday. He is seeking joint custody of the couple’s 11-year-old son Trig.
He said the split was due to, "incompatibility of temperament between the parties such that they find it impossible to live together as husband and wife.” Their other kids; including Bristol, Willow, Piper and Track, are all adults.
Sarah hired a high-powered Alaska attorney and fired back the the divorce petition. She then filed her own counterclaim against Todd, which signals they disagree on certain matters in their split.
The entire court record has been sealed by Sarah and Todd, who jointly agreed to keep the case from the public.
Todd hired attorney Kimberlee Colbo to represent him in the case. The lawyer is the same who repped Dakota Meyer in his divorce from Bristol Palin.
Bristol and Dakota, who have two children together, wed in 2016 and divorced two years later, and their split was showcased on MTV's "Teen Mom OG."