Living person entered as deceased
My brother-in-law is a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and the only member in his family, and last evening I helped him start building his family tree. His biological father left when he was five, so he considers his step-father his father (we have entered both, but marked his step-father preferred). After he entered his step-father, MWM, we discovered that his step-father's parents were already in family tree. However, whoever put them in had marked his step-father as deceased. We corrected that, but it looks like someone has to review that before it can be changed in Family Tree. Now when we look at my brother-in-law's grandparents, there are two copies of his step-father as children. I know that there isn't a way for me to merge two living people. Once the mistake is corrected, is there a way that someone at Family Search can fix this? The living copy of MWM that my brother-in-law entered is #xxx. The deceased copy that needs to be changed to living is #xxx.