Q: 1- Steven had mentioned something about emergency custody. And that it would be easier if my grandson is with us. Which he is until @7pm Sun. So what can we do now??
A:Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be filed in a court today or tomorrow. The earliest would be Monday morning. But I suspect that if you kept your grandson, the mother would contact the police, and the police would make you return your grandson (unless there is evidence of abuse). My suggestion would be to retain an attorney on Monday and ask him/her to help you file what is necessary to get guardianship over your grandson. I will, however, point out that it would be very difficult to win that type of case. There is a strong presumption that it is in a child's best interests to be with a parent rather than another person such as a grandparent. Accordingly, you'd have to prove that the mother is unfit. Also, this assumes that your son doesn't want custody.
Q: 2 -what is the difference between custody & guardianship? What is better to do?
A: The difference between guardianship and custody is semantics. When a parent has the legal right to have the child, that parent has custody. If a person other than a parent has the right to have the child, then that person is a guardian.
Q: 3- does guardianship mean I can make the desicions for my grandson?
A: If you were a guardian, then you could indeed make the decisions for your grandson.
Does that answer your question? Please let me know if you need clarification, as I am happy to continue helping you until you are satisfied.