education of their minor children subject to some limitations as discussed. If in the future, the court is presented with evidence which demonstrates the existence of countervailing interests to the rights of the parents, then the court will reconsider this matter. However, for reasons stated, the court believes that the defendants' motions are premature. Therefore, the motions to appoint guardians ad litem will be denied.
Next, the court will discuss the plaintiffs' motion to dismiss the children as plaintiffs.
The plaintiffs have filed their motion to dismiss the children from this lawsuit in an attempt to avoid the issue concerning the appointment of guardians. Plaintiffs argue that if the children are dismissed as plaintiffs, then this would avoid the necessity of appointing guardians because the rights of the children would no longer be before this court. Plaintiffs also note that they would like the parents to be appointed as the guardians of their children. If the parents are so appointed, then the plaintiffs will withdraw their motion to dismiss the children.
In opposing the plaintiffs' motion to dismiss the children, the defendants maintain that in order to protect the interests of the children, the children must be kept in this lawsuit. The defendants also argue that if the children are removed from this case, the defendants may be liable to the children when they become emancipated.
The children's rights cannot be protected by simply removing the children as plaintiffs from this action, as the plaintiffs contend. The rights and interests of the children are inherent in this suit. Even if the children are dismissed as plaintiffs, consideration of their rights cannot be ignored. Thus, the court concurs with the defendants' position that the children should remain as parties in this case because any disposition will ultimately have a great effect on them. Once again, if a conflict of interest arises between the parents and their children during the future litigation of this case, the court will consider the appropriate solutions to remedy said conflict.
Accordingly, the defendants' motions to appoint guardians ad litem for the children plaintiffs will be denied and the plaintiffs' motion to dismiss the children as parties in this case will be denied.
An appropriate Order will issue.
NOW, this 29 day of September, 1987, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:
 defendants' motions to appoint guardians ad litem for the children plaintiffs are denied; and
 plaintiffs' motion to dismiss the children as plaintiffs from this action is denied.