Casey Anthony’s parents continue to fight for the home where their granddaughter Caylee allegedly drowned in the backyard pool. However, the couple has gotten a moment of reprieve as their foreclosure trial was reportedly delayed again.

George and Cindy Anthony’s Orlando home was put into foreclosure back in 2017, and the couple has continued to fight for its ownership. The Anthonys were back in court for an emergency hearing on the home, which was held on Monday, where both sides entered an ex parte motion to continue the trial, Radar Online reported.

George and Cindy are fighting with U.S. Bank National Association, which claims they owe about $130,000 on the mortgage of their home, according to the news outlet.

In preparation for the trial, the Anthonys, as well as Bank National, submitted their witness lists to the court, which does not include Casey possibly due to the reported poor relationship she has developed with her parents after the death of her daughter, Caylee.

Casey Anthony placed blame on her father for the death of Caylee as part of her defense. Her father George has reportedly not forgiven Casey for the legal move. Casey, who lives in Florida with the investigator in her case, rarely talks to her mother.

George and Cindy have both provided videotaped depositions to the court in their home foreclosure case. A judge has ruled that the depositions will become public after a verdict is reached ,despite arguments by Bank National to keep the depositions sealed.

According to court documents, “This deposition is being taken for the purpose of discovery, for use at trial, or both of the foregoing, or for such other purposes as permitted under the applicable rules and governing law. The deposition will be taken upon oral examination before an official court reporter, or a Notary Public, or some other officer duly authorized by law to take depositions in the State of Florida.”