The former couple had a “very amicable” hearing in West Virginia’s Kanawha County Court on December 8, Simms’ lawyer
Rusty Webb of The Webb Law Centre in Charleston tells Radar.
And though Simms and Messer battled over the medical care of Ali, who suffers from a rare form of muscular dystrophy, both parties will be involved in her treatment from this point forward.
“There will be a shared responsibility to get her to and from appointments,” Webb tells Radar. “Both parents will be present for her therapy visits.”
Despite the months-long animosity between Simms and Messer, “they’re both very happy with the situation,” Webb assures fans. “Everybody is getting along.”
As Radar previously reported, Simms fought for primary custody after he suspected Messer had been using drugs, believing he could bring more stability to the twins’ lives.
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