- Jun 6, 2007
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Millete children will remain with paternal grandparents | cbs8.com
Finkbeiner said Drouaillet is even willing to move to San Diego so that the children can continue going to school in Chula Vista.
A guardian ad litem appointed by the court also weighed in during the hearing.
She said she interviewed two of the children, as well as looked at their school records and talked to their teachers.
"I don't see any exigency to warrant immediate temporary guardianship," she said.
She told the judge the two children she did interview are doing well in school and that their teachers haven't seen any significant behavioral changes.
"There is no winner or loser. [The children] are not a prize for good behavior. We're looking for these kids to make it to 18 years old, happy and content as they can be. With both sides of the family," said Judge Kelety.
Larry Millete and his parents responded to Drouaillet's guardianship petition with a brief written objection, which states that Drouaillet is "not a good fit" to be the children's guardian and that "it is not in the children's best interest."
Who wouldn't want Maricris in their corner! Years from now, these children will realize that Auntie Maricris was relentless -- spending every weekend looking for their mother while dad watched "Shot Caller." MOO
Geeze, did the GAL miss the fact that their father and Grandparents are tormenting the children, and can't be trusted because they have ignored the court orders at least twice? SMDH.