Monday in an Orange County, Calif., courtroom, a hearing was held granting Hammond guardianship of the children.
A petition was filed on behalf of a former child actor who is an advocate for kids in entertainment.
Paul Petersen said he wanted a guardian to ensure labor laws are followed and the money the babies earn is kept safe. That's the role Hammond will now play.
Hammond told KFOX last week there are a number of contractual arrangements being made by Suleman and her attorneys that don't protect the childrens' financial interests.
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