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Entertainment Naya Rivera and Ryan Dorsey Agree on Joint-Custody of Son Josey

02:02  31 december  2017
02:02  31 december  2017 Source:   etonline.com

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Naya Rivera and husband and fellow actor Ryan Dorsey recently reached a temporary joint custody agreement over their 2-year-old son , Josey , soon after In her filing, Rivera requested joint legal and physical custody of the child. Rivera 's rep told E! News on Friday that the actors have agreed on

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Naya Rivera and Ryan Dorsey are working things out.

The Glee star and her estranged husband reached a custody agreement in regards to their 2-year-old son, Josey, according to court documents obtained by ET.

In papers filed on Dec. 22, the couple has agreed to share 50/50 joint custody and shall consult one another on all major decision relating to their son's health, education and welfare. The documents also state that they will equally divide all holidays and vacations with their son.

The custody agreement comes after Rivera, 30, refiled for divorce earlier this month after filing to dismiss the order in October. She had originally filed for divorce in Nov. 2016, two years after they tied the knot.

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The 'Glee' star and her estranged husband have reached a custody agreement.

Naya Rivera and estranged husband Ryan Dorsey have struck a temporary cease fire. The couple has agreed to share custody of 2-year-old son Josey , according

Things between Rivera and Dorsey, 34, began to go south again after the actress was arrested in Kanawha County, West Virginia, on Nov. 25 and charged with domestic battery against her husband. According to a spokesperson for the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office, the two were arguing over their child.

Following her arrest, Dorsey took to social media to ask both fans and media to respect his and Rivera's privacy.

Hear what he had to say in the video below.

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