(LOS ANGELES) — Last week, Paul Walker’s mother filed court documents seeking guardianship of the late actor’s 15-year-old daughter, Meadow. It appears the matter has since been resolved.
E! News reports a hearing that was scheduled for Thursday was postponed, and that an agreement has been reached between Walker’s mother, Cheryl Walker, and Meadow’s mother, Rebecca Soteros.
According to its source, “Meadow will live with her mother and they will be getting a place [in California] and the agreement does involve both the guardianship and estate issues.”
The source adds that Cheryl Walker “won’t gain any control.” Both sides are now working to resolve whatever other issues remain.
Cheryl Walker alleged in her court papers that Soteros is battling alcoholism and therefore is unable to care for her daughter. Soteros currently has a DUI case pending.
The will of the late Fast and the Furious star called for his mother to serve as Meadow’s legal guardian.
Paul Walker died in a fiery car crash in California in late November, at the age of 40. He left his entire estate, valued at $25 million, to his daughter.
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