Judge Mitchell Beckloff extended temorary guardianship of Bruce and Monica Beresford-Redman's two children to Bruce's parents on Thursday.
The temporary guardianship will stay in place until the next court hearing of June 17th.
Carla and Jeane Burgos, Monica's two sisters, were also in court trying to gain guardianship.
Beckloff denied that motion but did allow the two sisters to have visitation on Sundays, and Tuesdays from the time school ends until around dinner time.
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The sisters had requested visitation for the entire weekend, but Beckloff denied that request as well.
Beckloff also ordered that neither party can remove either of the children from the seven Southern California counties.
Bruce remains in Mexico, and still hasn't been charged with a crime.