Customer: My adult daughter was cited for custodial interference for insisting on keeping her child overnight on her birthday over the objections of my granddaughter's guardian - her paternal aunt. My daughter never signed the child over, but the courts granted guardianship
based on the falsehood that she did and was unreachable. My daughter has filed to terminate the guardianship, and that case is 10 days from now. But because the aunt chose to come over with the police and traumatize the child on her birthday, my daughter has decided to just keep her until that court date, since she's already been cited for custodial interference. Need some advice on how this all might go...
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: The guardianship was granted in October, but no one on our side of the family, including the child's mother
knew about it to contest it. They have reduced visitation
to once per month for no corresponding valid reason. My daughter has life issues, but there has never been any neglect or abuse towards the child.
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