Bristol Palin and her ex-fiancé, Dakota Meyer, reportedly aren't seeing eye-to-eye on where their daughter Sailor Grace should live. Meyer, who's based in Kentucky, filed legal documents seeking joint custody of the infant, but Palin is fighting back in hopes of keeping the 2-month-old baby girl in Alaska with her.

According to TMZ, Palin wants primary custody of Sailor Grace and only wants her ex to get visitation. The 25-year-old mother of two is also seeking child support and the right to have the final say on any decisions regarding the baby.

Sources told the outlet Meyer, a former Marine, is willing to pay Palin child support — but not as much as she's asking. As reported, Meyer has seen a family law judge and filed legal documents saying he makes $100,000 a year working in construction and another $37,000 in disability from the Marine Corps. Under Alaskan law, Meyer would have to pay Palin a little over $1,700 in child support. It's not clear how much she's asking for.

While Palin and Meyer are battling each other in court, the daughter of former Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin is also still trying to work out an agreement with her other ex-fiancé, Levi Johnston, who's the father of her 7-year-old son Tripp Palin.

According to Wetpaint, Palin wanted Johnston to pay $66,000 in back child support, but a judge recently denied the motion because it was based on a temporary order that became invalid after their custody case was dismissed in 2012.

However, Johnston does still owe some money because the custody case was opened and closed several times over the past few years.

Earlier this month, Palin told Entertainment Tonight that Johnston was a "great dad," and they were getting along as co-parents.