Lisa Marie Presley’s Ex-Husband Michael Lockwood Wants to Rep Twins in Court

Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of Elvis Presley, is currently in the midst of a bitter divorce battle with her fourth husband, Michael Lockwood. Lockwood has now requested that he be allowed to represent the couple’s twin daughters, Harper and Finley, in court.

This request, known as a “guardianship ad litem”, is a court-appointed position in which an individual is responsible for protecting the best interests of a minor child in legal proceedings. In this case, Lockwood is seeking to represent his daughters in the divorce proceedings between himself and Presley.

The decision to grant a guardianship ad litem is ultimately left up to the judge presiding over the case, who will take into consideration the best interests of the children. If the judge grants Lockwood the guardianship ad litem, he would be given the authority to speak on behalf of his daughters in court, as well as to make decisions on their behalf in the divorce proceedings.

Presley has been vocal in her opposition to Lockwood’s request, claiming that he is unfit to represent the twins due to his alleged abuse of her during their marriage. Lockwood has denied these claims, and his lawyer has stated that the request for guardianship ad litem is simply an attempt to ensure that the twins’ best interests are taken into consideration.

The judge in the case has yet to make a decision on Lockwood’s request for guardianship ad litem, but it is likely to be a key factor in the outcome of the divorce proceedings. It remains to be seen whether Lockwood will be granted the authority to represent his daughters in court, or if Presley’s objections will be upheld.