Also in last week's court ruling, the judge ruled that the guardian ad litem will take an active role to ensure that the best interests of the children are being met. The guardian ad litem will monitor the children in their home placements.
Von Schwedler's sister, the administrator of her estate, and other members of von Schwedler's family have previously complained that Wall would not allow the children to communicate with them.
Another hearing is scheduled for May 8.
Meanwhile, the volley of lawsuits between Pelle and John Wall are still pending. John Wall is suing his estranged son for possession of family photo albums. Pelle Wall filed a wrongful death suit against his estranged father in December, claiming that the man had "the motive, opportunity, intent and the stated desire" to end his mother's life.
John Wall has never been arrested in connection with his wife's death.
- LDS Church reaffirms stance on immigration
- Husband says he didn't know about wife's...
- Graphic video shows 7 shots fired without...
- U., Ute Tribe reach agreement on continued...
- Doug Robinson: The first kiss and the long...
- Utah cyclist dies Sunday at the age of 23
- Study: Fathers as likely as mothers to kill...
- 7 dead babies found in Pleasant Grove garage;...
- LDS Church reaffirms stance on immigration 97
- 7 dead babies found in Pleasant Grove... 74
- Utah attorney general encourages... 57
- U., Ute Tribe reach agreement on... 37
- Doug Robinson: The first kiss and the... 24
- Mom accused of killing 6 newborns held... 24
- Moab's dilemma: Can recreation coexist... 23
- Southern Utah left wanting for water 11