Lindsay Lohan's father, Michael, told E! News he is set to call truce and reunite with his famous daughter and the rest of his offspring at a burial for his father, Richard, who passed away in New York last Thursday after a battle with cancer.
While devastating, the elder Lohan said the passing of his 73-year-old father has brought his family closer together, and while Lindsay was not present for her grandpa's funeral, she will be present for the final service.
"She is going to be at the burial," Lohan told E! News. "All my kids will be there."
And it's not just with his daughter that Lohan has laid down his verbal swords.
"And I can't believe how great Dina has been," he said of his ex-wife. "She has been wonderful. She has been the woman I married. She has been great."
Lohan said the outpouring of support from his immediate family during this difficult time has been particularly touching.
"You will not believe it. I give a lot a credit to my son Michael. He has been the glue. He is growing up to be an amazing young man."
Lohan said he also has a somewhat unorthodox funeral planned for his father, which will be held the last weekend of September in New York.
"My father always wanted to be cremated," he said. "He wanted to have his ashes sprinkled in our county in Cold Spring Harbor, in the harbor. That was his favorite spot. So that is what we are going to do. We are going to get on our boat with probably like 50 or 60 people and go out. We are just going to sprinkle them together as a family."
As for his reported rift with Lindsay in the wake of last week's online and televised barb-trading, Lohan said that nothing could be further from the truth.
"Lindsay is my daughter. Nothing will ever separate a father's love from his kids. And that is all that matters. No one will ever change that."
Since his father's death, Lohan has been doling out some support of his own and staying with his own grieving mother.
"She has been having a hard time," he said, "so I'm here for her."