Peace is at hand -- finally.
Lindsay Lohan’s feuding parents Michael and Dina had a lengthy meeting together Thursday with their attorneys in New York, RadarOnline.com has confirmed.
According to Michael, he and his ex-wife reached an agreement on their long-running child support dispute and also reached a mutual understanding on how to support their troubled daughter Lindsay.
“Everything is fine,” Michael told RadarOnline.com, in an exclusive interview.
“Dina and I are finally on the same page and there are 15 pages to prove it.”
Dina confirmed the peace talks, in an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com.
“First of all, I never had a hatchet to bury and as far as Lindsay, he went on a media brigade and spun it all out of proportion,” she said.
“As far as child support, he did not pay for a year and was facing jail time if he did not comply.
“He had to step up and pay.”
Michael would not elaborate on the exact details of the agreement or what he and Dina resolved to do over Lindsay, who a court has ordered to refrain from drinking or doing drugs.
Previously the outspoken patriarch has been at odds with Dina over the direction of Lindsay.
He steadfastly claimed the 23-year-old needs to enter rehabilitation; Dina, on the other hand, has been insistent that she doesn't.
The ex-spouses head back to court on June 3, at which they were set to go to trial.
Michael said the couple now plan to address the judge together.
"We're going to court to tell the judge that we worked this out on our own," he said.
"I know that I made the wrong decisions by holding money over Dina, which in the long run actually hurt my children.
“For this I am sorry. After court on June 3, from a united front, Dina and I will give a statement and I will be happy to discuss how my decision and course of action have changed.
“I want to thank Dina very much and I look forward to moving in a very positive direction.”