Cher’s attempt to place her son, Elijah Blue Allman, under conservatorship has been denied once more by the court. This comes after a previous denial earlier this month, with the judge siding with Elijah’s stance against the conservatorship.
The court has once again denied Cher’s request for conservatorship over her son, emphasizing the need for substantial evidence to prove his incapacity to manage his own affairs.
Cher’s Efforts and Elijah’s Response
Cher has been advocating for a conservatorship for her adult son, citing his ongoing struggles with addiction as the primary reason. She expressed concerns about his ability to manage his finances independently, particularly the regular payments from a trust fund established by his late father, Gregg Allman. However, Elijah has contested these claims, asserting that he has made significant progress in addressing his issues and managing his affairs.
Court Rulings and Future Proceedings
Despite Cher’s arguments, the judge emphasized that her team had not provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate Elijah’s incapacity to handle his own affairs. The court acknowledged Elijah’s recent sobriety and his responsible handling of finances. A trial on this matter has been scheduled for the future, and the judge recommended mediation between Cher and Elijah to resolve the issue.