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Sherri Shepherd files for divorce from husband in California

When it comes to custody and visitation, both parents in a dispute may have their own ideas about what's best for their children. In this kind of situation, it may fall to the judge to decide what happens to the children and who is best when it comes to full custody, visitation or other arrangements.

Take for instance the report about the co-host of "The View," Sherri Shepherd. According to the story, she has taken steps toward ending her marriage in California, but she did not include any special request about her unborn child. The child the couple shares is being born via a surrogate mother.

Her husband has a different idea, though. According to the release on May 13, her husband has asked to have full child custody of their child and for Sherri to only receive visitation rights. The 47-year-old woman has allegedly requested to have a prenuptial agreement enforced that said that if the marriage lasted between two and five years, her husband would only be given $60,000.

The report states that the two have been married for three years in total. According to the New York Daily News, they have been married since August 2011. Her husband is requesting to have that prenuptial agreement invalidated due to fraud, according to the news, and he would like spousal support.

So far, the only person who has spoken out about the marriage is her husband. He has reportedly excited about becoming a father, but he wouldn't give any other information on why he is seeking full custody of their child. He has allegedly cited irreconcilable differences in the separation papers, according to the New York Daily News.

Source: New York Daily News, "Sherri Shepherd files for divorce as estranged husband Lamar Sally speaks out on split" Kirthana Ramisetti, May. 13, 2014

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