My husband is a patient in a Bismarck hospital and I was
My husband is a patient in a Bismarck hospital and I was told I need to get guardianship as he has no power of attorney. How do I do this?JA: Can you tell me what state this is in? And just to clarify, what paperwork has been filed?Customer: Bismarck ND and no paperwork has been filed. The caseworker told me I needed to get an attorney and file for guardianship.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Like?
I have a question to ask. I am under limited guardianship
Hi I have a question to ask. I am under limited guardianship appointed over me by a Florida judge. I think this guardianship is fully illegal under international law as I'm a dual citizen of both Israel and USA and it infringes upon my Israeli civil rights I'm sure of it. I am a grown adult with high functioning autism as well who is self-employed. Because I am a dual citizen and this guardianship restricts me from certain things as an Israeli its a violation of international law I think. Can you please advise if I am correct?
I have limited guardianship of my 29 year old son who has
I have limited guardianship of my 29 year old son who has mental health issues. he is currently doing 100% better and I would like to rescind my guardianship of him because. Judging by the paper work I am being asked to file every year this system seems to be set up for trust fund babies which he is not we are the working poor if we don't work we don't have a place to live or eat. bot***** *****ne so I would very much like to know how to close out this guardianship. thank youSylvia neal1137 SE 35th terrCape Coral Fl 33904
I adopted a sibling group of four children from the foster
I adopted a sibling group of four children from the foster care system in 2012 after fostering them for four years. The kids are looking to move in with their biological aunt for the upcoming school year and maybe continue to live with her full time after that. Its a long story but a positive one and a journey that included years of therapy for the kids and lots of hard work on our part to get them to where they are now. CPS really ravaged this family and never wanted to give the family a chance due to their economic status. Their a wonderful family no substance abuse problems or physical abuse. Their bio mother was just the black sheep and estranged from the family. So the bio mother in no way reflects the care of the aunt and extended family. The aunt that they want to live with is married, homeowner and financially stable. She's been a part of their lives during the almost seven years they lived with me. I don't know the legal terms but were looking to transfer custody. I don't think the family wants to do a full adoption since its so expensive. But is there a guardianship or another option to allow the biological Aunt to enroll them in school and have the authority to take them to doctor appointments and basic care needs for the kids. My husband and I will see them often and probably help out a little financially. I asked this question online and an attorney said I could do a guardianship. He suggested retaining an attorney but after working with five attorney's in my area and three hundred dollars later no one knows how to do this. The last attorney I worked with told me she just didn't have the experience and she came highly recommended as being a expertise in this field. So is their a way for me to file the paperwork to petition to the court since I'm not having much luck finding an attorney to take on the case. We live in a smaller town and so the pool of experienced attorneys is maybe limited.
Need to know who to contact above APS to report what my fiancees
Need to know who to contact above APS to report what my fiancees mother is dealing with, who to contact about the financial concerns that the POA is not handling her finances correctly, and who do we contact about the harassment and verbal abuse to us and my fiancees mother whom is 71 and has dementia
I have a son with mild intellectual disabilities he is turning
I have a son with mild intellectual disabilities he is turning 18 jun 16, but will be a senior in high school next fall. I am thinking about trying to get limited guardianship - handling his finances, medical decisions- how soon do I have to do that?