The guardianship dispute over the custody of Paul Walker's 15 year-old daughter Meadow has been privately settled between his mother Cheryl Walker and the teenagers mother's Rebecca Soteros, avoiding a court room battle.
Fast And Furious star Paul died last November in a car accident in Los Angeles age 40. In his will he named teenager Meadow as his main benefactor and requested mother Cheryl Ann to become her legal guardian until she is of age.
The teen has been living with her grandmother since Paul's tragic death as has her mother, who moved from Hawaii to Los Angeles to help her through the difficult time. Earlier this month Cheryl Ann filed a petition to become Meadow's legal guardian, citing Rebecca's alleged drinking problem as her reasoning.
Paul Walker passed away in November 2013 (WENN)
The guardianship issues was meant be heard in court on March 27, however an agreement was able to be reached by the parties involved before this happened.
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"Parties involved are trying to resolve whatever the issues are so that this matter goes off calendar," Cheryl's lawyer, Bela G. Lugosi, told E! outside the courtroom yesterday.
Paul with his Fast and Furious cast mates in 2011 (WENN)
An insider explained to the website: "As a result of a family meeting yesterday, an agreement has been made between the parties and attorneys in the case."
"The good news is that things are getting better for everyone involved," the source explained, though did not elaborate on specific details.
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Referring to the new living arrangements, the insider went on: "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."
A fan memorial to the star set up at the crash site following his death (AKM-GSI)
The teenager is said to be "happy" with the agreement, which states Cheryl Ann "won't gain any control," the source added.
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