Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds said in a statement that Elizabeth Wall pleaded guilty Friday and was sentenced to life in prison for the 2016 killing.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Jenna Wall claimed her marriage was "irretrievably broken” in her divorce filing, while Jerrod Wall claimed his wife had an affair and that he should get custody of the children, who he claimed he was denied seeing.
Reynolds’ spokeswoman, Kim Isaza, says Elizabeth Wall told the judge she has suffered since her 20s from depression and anxiety and has been treated off and on for those conditions.
Elizabeth Wall's lawyer told WSB that she is remorseful for what happened.
“When Jenna was killed, Elizabeth Wall took a mother from two precious, intelligent, loving boys forever."