Reports: Todd Palin files for divorce from former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin after 31 years

    Updated: September 9, 2019 at 6:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    Citing an “incompatibility of temperament between the parties such that they find it impossible to live together as husband and wife,” Todd Palin filed for divorce from his wife, Sarah, the former governor of Alaska, the Anchorage Daily News and others reported Monday.

    According to the report, the papers, which were filed on Friday, “uses initials rather than full names, but identifies the couple’s marriage date and the birth date of their only child who is a minor, Trig Palin. The filing asks for joint legal custody of the child.”

    The report adds:

    Anchorage attorney Kimberlee Colbo is representing Todd Palin in the divorce. In a filing, Colbo said she would ask the court to designate the divorce confidential as it moves forward.

    Colbo did not immediately respond Monday to a request for comment from Todd Palin.

    Sarah Palin, 55, was elected governor of Alaska in 2006.

    The Palin family rocketed to national prominence in 2008 when Republican presidential nominee John McCain chose Palin as his vice-presidential candidate, making them household names and focusing the country’s attention on their hometown of Wasilla.

    The marriage of Sarah and Todd, a commercial fisherman, snowmachine racer and oil field worker, was frequently

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