My boy`s father has just signed his rights. My parents have obtained a temporary guardianship and in January they will receive permanent staff. My question is: can I keep my rights and share custody/guardianship with them? It would be like my parents raising them with me. Financially, I can`t provide them with everything they need right now. I have had legal guardianship of my niece from Arizona since October 2015. When I moved to California in July 2016, I received permission from the court to move. I have been in California since July 2016. Do I also need to file documents for guardianship in California or does my Arizona guardianship apply here? They could temporarily prepare a guardianship power of attorney, which would likely be sufficient initially to provide medical care and enroll them in school. Once she has lived here for a while and if the guardianship will be long-term, you can apply for formal judicial guardianship. We can help you with both processes. If you feel you need legal advice, you should talk to a lawyer, but from what you said, it sounds pretty simple and we should be able to help you. I`ve had cancer and I`m in remission and I want everything to be ready if something were to happen to me.
I am a single mother and my son father is a drug addict and is on probation and admits that he cannot be responsible for our son, that things could get worse or that he could bring them together, so I would like my best friend to have guardianship of my son if I died. What is the process or what should I do to leave this set that my best friend as the legal guardian of my son and his grandparents cannot fight for him Find the words”. with the following relationships”, indicate whether the Short-Term Guardian to whom the power of attorney is granted has a relationship with the Client who fills in this form, the Clients who fill out this form or with the Minor by ticking the box with the words “I”, “We” or “the Minor” (each). Then, in the blank line that immediately follows, note the nature of this relationship (for example. B uncle, grandparent, etc.). Guardianship approval and the guardian`s affidavit of authorization are different from court-ordered legal guardianship. In the case of informal guardianship, the guardian has custody of the minor for a limited period. In addition, their decision-making rights over the minor child are also restricted. The California Parental Power of Attorney (Minor Children) form can be used by parents to authorize a trusted person to be the short-term guardian of their children and temporarily make health, education, and other decisions on behalf of their children. This form is useful in case parents plan to go anywhere without their children and want someone they trust to make sure they are responsible and empowered to make decisions when they come forward. This form also includes a revocation section and a section where the parent can list the specific needs or concerns about each child.
When do you have to establish formal legal guardianship for a minor? When can you use other guardianship forms, such as a guardianship permit or affidavit, to authorize caregivers? Read on to learn more about the different types of guardianship for minor children, what forms are required for each, and how A People`s Choice can help. I believe the child should be in California first before they can apply for guardianship. You may want to talk to a lawyer first. My goddaughter is a minor and now pregnant. She has been living with her boyfriend, who is also a minor, and her mother for 2 months. Her mother tries to force her to marry. My goddaughter doesn`t want to get married right now, so her mother doesn`t threaten her now. If she doesn`t go through marriage, her mother will force her to go home. It was not a good living environment for them. Her mother will also agree to sign the marriage, if he has only one other option when she has to return home.
I would like to have the guardianship of my goddaughter, because she does not meet the requirements of emancipation. In terms of age, she could, but she can`t take care of herself. But we also have to be careful that her mother doesn`t grab her and move with her and force her to get married. I didn`t mention that the boyfriend wants to get married so he`s ready. My goddaughter will ask the boyfriend`s father (told a drug addict) to sign permission for him. Can you give me some advice on what guardianship would be best (think legally) and what we can do to prevent her mother from running away legally with her? Thank you for all the help you can give. Judicial guardianship requires an order from a judge. The examination is generally not conducted by the CPS, but by Family Court Services. Notification would be required for potential fathers, but from what it seems, they may not respond if they are out of state.
Let us know if you need help with the documentation, as it is quite comprehensive. Hello, I have legal guardianship of my husband`s 16-year-old cousin in California. His mother died when he was 11 and his brother took his care. 2 years later, his brother died in a workplace accident while working in Wyoming. An illegal death for his brother was recently settled and I, as the child`s guardian, received a settlement cheque. I just need to know legally how to cash this check and what my reporting obligations are. The check is written like his Social Security checks and I deposit those checks every month. .