Children and the Law
Child Support
English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you lose guardianship?

656667

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2008-01-24 13:00:48
2008-01-24 13:00:48

A person who has been appointed as a legal guardian can voluntarily relinquish his duty to the ward. That is the word which describes the person the guardian is supposed to be caring for, tending to his property, and other obligations for the welfair of the ward. The court where the guardianship was created is generally a probate court, or a special court for matters which concern children. The court acts with 'orders'. An order is a written instruction from the court. In cases where a guardian is not fullfilling his duties as prescribed by the law of the particular state, the court can revoke the guardianship. Guardianship is what all of the guardian-ward relationship is called. It is controlled by the specific law of the particular state. Because a guardian can legally act only within his instructions from the court, the guardian can be removed from his legal ability to act with the person or property of the ward. The court supervises what the guardian does. But the court generally does not do much of anything unless the questions are brought to the court by written documents presented to the court. For example, if the ward is unhappy with what the guardian is doing with his person or property, the ward has to approach the court for the court to consider the situation; or if the ward wants the guardianship to be ended or a diffierent guardian appointed, the ward or someone with an legally accepted interest in the situation has to approach the court for the court to consider the situation and the desires of the ward. or if a person with a legally accepted interest in the situation has questions about the extent of the order of the court empowering the guardian to act about the property or person of the ward, the matter must be brought to the attention of the court. The court evaluates the complaints and questions and decides if the guardian is acting in the best interests, or reasonable interests of the ward, if the court, after hearing all the information decides that the guarding is not acting in the interest of the ward, the guardian can be removed and replaced, or the guardianship altogether might be done away with because it is no longer needed.

1
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions

User Avatar

Probably not, but it could possibly give someone who wished to challenge your guardianship grounds for doing so.

User Avatar

what is the meaning of guardianship what is the meaning of guardianship

User Avatar

by law when your child turns 18, the parents lose guardianship of that child, or other young adults who are 18.Another View: The age of 18 MAY depend on what state or country this takes place in. ALSO - if you are the appointed guardian of inherited funds or property, IN THAT REGARD ALONE, your guardianship may continue until the inheritance age specified in the deceased's will. Of course if you have guardianship due to medical, mental, or physical limitations (i.e.: the individual is not able to act competently on their own beahlf) this will not change.

User Avatar

No. Only the court can grant a guardianship. You need to petition the court for the change in guardianship. You cannot assign your own temporary guardianship to someone else.No. Only the court can grant a guardianship. You need to petition the court for the change in guardianship. You cannot assign your own temporary guardianship to someone else.No. Only the court can grant a guardianship. You need to petition the court for the change in guardianship. You cannot assign your own temporary guardianship to someone else.No. Only the court can grant a guardianship. You need to petition the court for the change in guardianship. You cannot assign your own temporary guardianship to someone else.

User Avatar

That depends on why guardianship was awarded to the grandparents.That depends on why guardianship was awarded to the grandparents.That depends on why guardianship was awarded to the grandparents.That depends on why guardianship was awarded to the grandparents.

User Avatar

Guardianship is the position of acting as a guardian to someone or something.

User Avatar

The nature of human guardianship is fiduciary

User Avatar

my sister has limited guardianship of my mother but my mother has 5 children an we want 2 have say on her care can i become co guardianship

User Avatar

petition the court for a dismissal of temporary guardianship, then file for guardianship of your kids

User Avatar

After the accident, guardianship of Billy fell to his Uncle Tim.

User Avatar

temporary guardianship means that you temporarily have custody and control of the kid(s) and it has been ordered by the court. Permanent guardianship means that you now have indefinite custody of the kid(s)

User Avatar

IF your parents have guardianship issued through the court then you no longer have custody. You need to file in probate court to have the guardianship overturned. This could be a very nasty battle however and end familial relationships

User Avatar

Take it to court, and fight for the guardianship.

User Avatar

A guardianship attorney petitions for hearing on the behalf of the person or persons seeking guardianship or conservatorship and are usually a requirement when wanted to set up a guardianship. These lawyers typically specialize in estate planning, wills, and elder law.

User Avatar

You should start at the court where the grandparent's guardianship was adjudicated. You need to request the guardianship be terminated. It will be easier if the grandparents consent.You should start at the court where the grandparent's guardianship was adjudicated. You need to request the guardianship be terminated. It will be easier if the grandparents consent.You should start at the court where the grandparent's guardianship was adjudicated. You need to request the guardianship be terminated. It will be easier if the grandparents consent.You should start at the court where the grandparent's guardianship was adjudicated. You need to request the guardianship be terminated. It will be easier if the grandparents consent.

User Avatar

You need to return to the court that ordered the guardianship and make your inquiry there.You need to return to the court that ordered the guardianship and make your inquiry there.You need to return to the court that ordered the guardianship and make your inquiry there.You need to return to the court that ordered the guardianship and make your inquiry there.

User Avatar

what is the difference between fullcustody and permenent guardianship

User Avatar

== Guardianship is a legal issue. Call or visit your local courthouse for information.

User Avatar

'How do you go about reversing guardianship from one parent to another parent?

User Avatar

Notarize letter of guardianship and power of attorney

User Avatar

Anyone the court deems to be qualified can have full or partial guardianship of a minor or incompetent person.


Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.