If a person is co-guardian in hawaii and moves to another
if a person is co-guardian in hawaii and moves to another state without the child is that guardianship still valid?JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: The paternity of co-guatdian has not been established.
My 15 year old grandson a victim of mother physical abuse
My 15 year old grandson a victim of mother physical abuse cps has put him back in the home with his mother an he does not want to live their he is going to cps counseling but they keep trying to force him to his mother his father is not in the picture he is telling them he wants to live with us but no one is listening I am his grandparent went to court but judge said because of cps he wouldn't grant us guardianship if wasn't for cps he said he would have we are appealing my question is he has no one representing his interest what he tells the cps councilor all she does is try to force him back to his mother can we get him a lawyer they even went as far as calling him a problem child in court witch he is absolutely not anyone will tell u this what do we do
A temporary order was issued in a guardianship proceeding to
A temporary order was issued in a guardianship proceeding to honor a stipulation the parties agreed to. Months later the parties entered into a settlement agreement that went before the court. The court could not issue a decree due to language in certain provisions in the settlement agreement. A motion was then made to negate the settlement agreement. The motion was denied but the judge issued an order stating that the settlement agreement be revised to contain a new provision stipulated by the court. The settlement agreement was never revised and my father died with the guardianship case still open. Was there an order in place at the time of my father's death? What was the status of the settlement agreement and the new provision ordered by the judge?
I have a grandson who is medically disabled from a doctor
I have a grandson who is medically disabled from a doctor negligents. He is required to have special treatment every night and cannot defecate or urinate on his own. His mother is not following the doctors directions and is verbally abusive to him and sometimes physically. We provide all of his support and care since they live with us. She is waiting for a payoff from the lawsuit to leave, otherwise she cannot support herself and her children. She has stated when she get the settlement she is going to get a makeover including boob job and other items with the funds. What can we do to make sure that all of the funds received in the lawsuit go to our grandson for future medical needs etc. They say that as he gets older he probably will not be able to walk. We are afraid she will not take care of his basic needs and will squander any moneys received. What can we do?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: They are in CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: She has stated that we want to kill her, yet she is living under our roof and wee provide everything for her an her kids (2 grandchildren). She can't afford to live on her own since she doesn't have a job and cost of daycare is more that probably what she can make. She is narcissistic in the way she handle herself and we are scared for the kids.
Elderly daughter who is hospitalized has instructed hospital
Elderly daughter who is hospitalized has instructed hospital not to contact family,will be having a court hearing for guardianship. None of the family members live near by. It's it best to let guardenship go forward and allow them to take over this respsiability?
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My father has dementia and mental illness and i can no
My father has dementia and mental illness and i can no longer keep up with being his POA and DPOA. I found some some forms for revoking those but how do I have him declared incompetent (which he is) so that the state will appoint him a gaurdian?JA: Can you tell me what state this is in? And just to clarify, what paperwork has been filed?Customer: Washington. No paperwork filed. Just the POA and DPOA in exiistenceJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I don't know what you mean. No proceedings have startedJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
My granddaughter, 17 reported in March her father sexually
My granddaughter, 17 reported in March her father sexually molested her. She now lives in California with mother. She reported it. Was taken seriously and brother and her were given custody to mother, her father had custody at time. Recently California handed over evidence to Utah where all charges were dropped. Mother not financially stable, father had highly paid attorney in both states, to make a long story short. I only have story from mothers perspective. Still have good relationship with father, we think, although, we have not spoken to him throughout this process. Father just took possession of autistic son, 11 today. Granddaughter refused to go with him. Is there anything further we can do at this point to help our granddaughter? Legally? She is trying to get 2nd restraining order against him at this point. When she calls the Utah police in South Jordan, where she lived at the time of most of the abuse, they have laughed at her and say the case is closed. They never interviewed her by the way. She is worried about her brother. We are near retirement and are not able to hire an attorney for her, would like to. We probably could, but would jeopardize retirement etc.