Zsa Zsa Gabor's family keen to settle conservatorship out of court
Lawyers for Zsa Zsa Gabor's warring husband and daughter have asked a judge to delay a hearing into the actress' conservatorship case so they can attempt to settle the matter in mediation.
Constance Francesca Hilton filed documents at Los Angeles Superior Court in March in a bid to become the conservator of her mother's estate, claiming the star's husband Prince Frederic von Anhalt prevents her from visiting the 95 year old at their Beverly Hills home and isn't providing adequate care.
Von Anhalt hit back by filing an official objection earlier last month, insisting Hilton is not a suitable carer for Gabor.
However, they now want to settle the matter out of court, and their lawyers appeared in front of a judge on Wednesday to ask for a conservatorship hearing to be delayed so they can attempt to resolve the issues on their own.
Hilton's attorney Kenneth Kossof said, "Miracles happen in mediation."
Gabor has been bed-bound since breaking her hip in a nasty fall at her home in 2010, and has been in and out of hospital ever since.