To become a legal guardian of a minor in Texas, the parents will have to be deemed unfit. Then a judge will determine a guardian for the minor child.
No, a legal guardian must be of the legal age that is required by the state in which the minor children reside. The legal age to become a guardian of minor children is not necessarily the same as the state's age of majority.
They must reside with someone who is their parent or legal guardian, or to a close family member to whom the responsibilty for their upbringing has been legally delegated by the parent(s) or legal guardian(s).
IRS rules allow a guardian to claim the minor if the guardian provided more than 50% of the minor's support for that tax year.
No they can not and a minor can not decide who to live with.
The legal guardian.
No. Actually the Guardian could be convicted of a crime if caught.
No a minor must have a legal parent or guardian present in the court. The subpeona is for their case and their name will be on it, but they have to have a parent or guardian with them in the court.
I would assume no
Anyone can bring a minor to a doctor. Getting permission for treatment unless life threatening is only legal by parent or guardian or the President of the United States, since he is the only one that can on the spot change the laws.
yea why not go for it