SANTA ANA, Calif. --
A judge ruled on Friday that a motion to have a guardian over the octuplets' financial interests can move forward.Superior Court Judge Gerald Johnston did not rule on the case, but dismissed octuplets' mother Nadya Suleman's motion to dismiss it.
A guardian was named last month, but a state appellate court issued a stay.
A group that advocates for child actors is pushing for oversight, saying there's a conflict of interest regarding Suleman's contract for her new reality show.
Suleman's attorney says the group has no legal standing to get involved in the family's affairs.
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