NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Glen Campbell’s two oldest children are attempting to wrest control of his medical and financial decisions away from his wife of 32 years, Kim Campbell.

Debby Campbell-Cloyd and Travis Campbell claim that Kim Campbell is keeping their father “secluded from the rest of the family,” which has been “prohibited from participating in his care and/or treatment,” according to a petition filed in a Nashville court in January.

The petition asks a judge to appoint conservators and a guardian to protect Glen Campbell’s interest. The 78-year-old Country Music Hall of Fame member is in the late stages of Alzheimer’s disease and living at a Nashville facility.

In a response to an earlier criticism from Campbell-Cloyd over her decision to move her husband to the facility, Kim Campbell said, “It is crushingly sad to see him afflicted with Alzheimer’s, but indulging those feelings does not help him. I am his wife and no one wants him home more than me but I must do what is in his best interest.”

The petition claims that Kim is not providing her husband with necessities, not visiting him regularly and possibly mishandling his finances. It claims several of his children are not on his list of allowed visitors. Glen has eight children, the three youngest with Kim.

The petition also claims that Kim Campbell has allowed Glen to be interviewed and filmed, even though his disease has reached the point where that is inappropriate.