Andrea Sneiderman seeks protective order against in-laws

The widow of Rusty Sneiderman wants to keep information about herself private from her in-laws.

Andrea Sneiderman asked judge for a protective order on Tuesday. Andrea Sneiderman's former boss, Hemy Neuman, is serving a life sentence for killing her husband, Rusty, outside a daycare in Dunwoody in November 2010.

Rusty Sneiderman's parents, Don and Marilyn, are seeking more access to their grandchildren, who are aged 3 and 6. The grandparents are seeking to bring the children to Cleveland, where they live and where Rusty grew up.

Andrea Sneiderman told a judge through her attorney that she is not opposed to Rusty's parents visiting her children, but she is opposed to a court order mandating those visits.

Andrea asked for a protective order to ensure that attorneys for her in-laws do not get access to her financial status, her professional life or her personal business. Andrea also wants to limit discovery around the death of her husband, saying those issues are irrelevant to visitation.

Fulton County Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane said she will rule on the issues soon.

Andrea Sneiderman recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Hemy Neuman.

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