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Not necessarily, a family member or relative, friend, neighbor, parent of a friend, etc., can petition for guardianship. A child becomes a ward of the state when there is no other responsible adult willing or able to take permanent custody of the child.

Not necessarily, a family member or relative, friend, neighbor, parent of a friend, etc., can petition for guardianship. A child becomes a ward of the state when there is no other responsible adult willing or able to take permanent custody of the child.

Not necessarily, a family member or relative, friend, neighbor, parent of a friend, etc., can petition for guardianship. A child becomes a ward of the state when there is no other responsible adult willing or able to take permanent custody of the child.

Not necessarily, a family member or relative, friend, neighbor, parent of a friend, etc., can petition for guardianship. A child becomes a ward of the state when there is no other responsible adult willing or able to take permanent custody of the child.

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Not necessarily, a family member or relative, friend, neighbor, parent of a friend, etc., can petition for guardianship. A child becomes a ward of the state when there is no other responsible adult willing or able to take permanent custody of the child.

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