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If you signed him on as guardian, you have rights to sign him off as guardian and sign someone else on. Under the US Supreme Court ruling in Troxel v. Granville, the court held that the parent has a fundamental right as to how to raise their child unless the parent is found to be unfit to do so.
Thus, if you have not been deemed an unfit parent, you have the fundamental right to decide what is best for your child and you can also remove the guardian and replace them with someone else if you choose to do so.
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