What defines the legal term co guardians in wi?
A legal guardian is a person who has the legal authority and duty to care for the personal and property interests of another person, called a ward. In the case of co-guardians, the court would appoint two individuals as guardians. Co-guardians have equal authority and should be two people who share a common interest in the ward and can work together in the best interest of the ward. For example, grandparents of a child could be appointed co-guardians.
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To become a person's legal guardian, one must get the currentparents or guardian to sign over custody. This can be done fairlyquickly at any courthouse.
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you become a child's legal guardian in cases for example if the parents can't look after their child for any reason they have appointed you! (1) if the child's parents have… died and they have left in their will that you will be the child's legal guardian (you have to approve this ) you could also be the child's emergency guardian until the will is read out this can change if you have started for example you have started having health matters since the will has been drawn up then this could come into question the child's welfare is very important . (2) when you want to adopt the child that's been in your care you will need to go throught the right channels what is considered is how you and the child get on are you giving the child the right upbringing remember the child's welfare always comes first you will stand a good chance seen as the child knows you and they will have come to love you like you were their own parent/s it would be very difficult to deny you from adopting any child that's legally in your care unless there are underlying issues in the household i am not a judge in a court you would be asked why you want to adopt the child and if for example if you don't already have children when you do have them how will that effect the child you want to adopt IE would you still love and care for this child as much as your own. a judge isn't always easy going but these issues do arise also if you are a single person and you suddenly meet a man/woman what affect would that have on the child would the child still come first? everything comes into question i am not questioning your abilities as a parent or legal guardian but you would have to prepare yourself for some questions like this hope this has answered your question
A good resource on legal guardianship: http://www.expertlaw.com/library/estate_planning/guardianship.html . "A guardianship is a legal right given to a person to be respons…ible for the food, health care, housing, and other necessities of a person deemed fully or partially incapable of providing these necessities for himself or herself." "The guardian makes decisions about how the person lives, including their residence, health care, food, and social activity. The guardian is supposed to consider the wishes of the incapacitated person, as well as their previously established valued, when making these living decisions. The guardian is intended to monitor the legally incapacitated person, to make sure that the person lives in the most appropriate, least restrictive environment possible, with appropriate food, clothing, social opportunities, and medical care." .
Not much info to go on but - - it sounds like there are two persons named as guardians over an individual. They are termed "co-guardians." However, while one of the guardians …is designated as the principal guardian and probably exercises full power over their ward, the the other has only certain limited powers over the ward, and thus is a "limited co-guardian."
One who bears an equal responsibility and privilege of a guardian's assigned duties.
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Yes, you are the custodian of your child unless a court order says otherwise.
In whatever court the document is filed. It varies by state, but it is typically the county's probate court.
It depends on local legislation, though a guardian usually has to be an adult.
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Can they? Yes. Can they do it without being in violation of the state (or country if outside the USA) statute outlining what constitutes abandonment? No.
Yes, for example: grandparents or an aunt and uncle or two aunts. Yes, for example: grandparents or an aunt and uncle or two aunts. Yes, for example: grandparents or an aunt… and uncle or two aunts. Yes, for example: grandparents or an aunt and uncle or two aunts.
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