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My granddaughter has to go to visitation with her mother who

My granddaughter has to go to visitation with her mother who is living with a man that has an order against him for inappropriately touching her half sister. The mother has a restraining order against her and can not see or talk to that child. My lawyer won't do anything about it and tells me I need to take my granddaughter to a therapist. I'm her guardian. Is there a way I can protect my grand daughter? We live in kansas.

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I was granted Sole Parental Responsibility of my grandson by

I was granted Sole Parental Responsibility of my grandson by state of Colorado (due to my daughter's neglect and drug addition). I subsequently moved to California (for a period of 3 years thus far) but want to return to Colorado. Since the order was granted by Colorado, Can I leave California without legal consequences?

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NY elder abuse proving Histrionic Personality Disorder in a

NY elder abuse proving Histrionic Personality Disorder in a former caregiver. In retrospect, I am suspecting that a former caregiver that married my sister has Histrionic Personality Disorder. My sister relapsed after 10 years of sobriety after her marriage to him. He picks on EVERYTHING and everything is a potential mistake or wrong doing or cause for alarm or blame or accusation and a need for alerting authorities or the law or a lawyer or social services.. THen when these experts are called upon,, nothing is valid. How can we stop this madness?

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I have legal Guardianship of my son's 2yr old daughter. My

I have legal Guardianship of my son's 2yr old daughter. My granddaughter's mother was in jail at the time for a very violent assault and is now out on probation for the next 2 years. Last year when I filed for the guardianship the other grandmother also filed. The other grandmother is a known drug addict and after lying to the judge that she didn't drink or do drugs the judge ordered her to take a drug test which she came back positive for meth. The grandmother pleaded with the judge and said she was off drugs and taking parenting classes. The judge didn't want to listen to anything she had to say and terminated the grandmother's rights and awarded guardianship to me. The reason I am writing you is this same grandmother is again petitioning the court for guardianship. What are her chances of the court reversing their decision and awarding guardianship to this woman? Oh and just for the record neither the mother or the grandmother has even bothered to call to see how my granddaughter is doing in the year that I have had her!

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I have a disabled child who is now an adult and wI'll be 21

I have a disabled child who is now an adult and wI'll be 21 in 2 weeks. I watch him on scheduled weekends and during the week and in some cases more and every holiday. She wants me to watch him 30 days during the summer as well. I am a delivery driver and due to the severity of his disability do not have anyone that can watch him. He is non verbal, autistic and has adhd. I can't afford to pay for professional help and she constantly tells me that she will take me to court yet I watch him more than the time in the decree. Since she has filed guardianship, do I have to follow the visitations or is it all void from the guardianship papers? She also filed social security and gets paid to watch him from the state and I'm still paying child support. Living in TX does that mean I pay forever?

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I would like to know my best way of going about the

I would like to know my best way of going about the guardianship of my 16yr old granddaughter. It's kind of mixed up at this point. So my son her custodial parent pasted away,he signed and affidavit notarized puting her in my care .But his wishes and what him and his daughter talked about was for her to go with my daughter/his sister for her last 2yrs of school in Nevada,he was planing on going there to set it all up.While he passed before that could happen. So i read that about it there and they want the mom to sign.I ask her and she is really not wanting to.She left my grandduaghter at the age of18mos with my son and us. She hasn't been around.The point is I live in calif. the place that the gardianship needs to be is in Nevada. Do i need to pettition because i was the last he left her in care of and ask the court to appoint my duaghter and her husband or do they just do,and With the mom more worried about getting stuck with child support .not wanting to do a non contest. Just not sure how to go forward thanks

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Temporary guardians never served or filed notice of the

temporary guardians never served or filed notice of the parents rights to terminate or modify the guardianship of a minor at any time jdf 812 as required under Colorado law , what ramifications can this have?

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I have sole physical custody of my grandson and

I have sole physical custody of my grandson and granddaughter with joint to my daughter. I live in NY and my daughter in PA. 7 years ago they went back to live with their mother. Custody was never changed. My granddaughter is 18 and going to college. She does not want to go back. Not worried about her since she is 18 now. My grandson will be 15 in October. He wants out. Do I have legal rights to take him back if he wants to leave? Can they stop me?

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My sister in Pa was receiving delinquent child support

My sister in Pa was receiving delinquent child support payments from her husband in Michigan.Payments went straight to her Debit card. She is now deceased and left no estate rep.How do we obtain these payments for her disabled son?

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