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You would need the signature of the person who has custody of you at the time.

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Do you get a temporary custody paper from the county in which you live or do you need one from the county the child is born in?

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Can a father get full custody for his son if sister of mother has temporary custody?

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How can my sister in Florida give temporary child custody to me in Michigan?

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What if brother voluntarily gives temporary custody to sister through court order Can he get his child back?

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Your dad is incarcerated and you have to take care of your sister you dont know how much time he will be doing so should he write a temporary custody letter or full custody?

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Do you have to hand over your son if the court gives temporary custody to his father's sister?

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Can sister-in-law can not take care of her children can she sign custody to us?

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I'm trying to get custody of my younger sister my mom oks it but said she had signed court papers saying she gave full custody to my dad. Is this legal and or possible without going to court?

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Can a 14-year-old move out of her parents' house and live with her sister if she can support herself in the state of Iowa?

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What papers do you need to give someone temporally custody of your son?

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Can you obtain temporary custody of your 4-year-old niece from your sister your niece's father is in jail and your sister is neglecting your niece and has no home no job she is dangering her well bein?

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Is it illegal for a bother and sister to get married?

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