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she will need to have a doctors evaluation for stability and then go into the court that issued the guardianship and have it vacated/terminate wardship. but the only way she can do that is to have an independent doctor support you statement that sheis "stable as far as mind and body"
if you need an attorney to assist with the legal documents that need to be filed in this matter, you can contact the ND Bar Association for a referral - here is the link for that contact information
sorry about that. i sometimes multi-task and get ahead of myself - i am talking about her medical doctor would need to see her and then a licensed mental health therapist.
here is the SD Bar Assocaition link - use the lawyer referral link on that page.