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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Answer . \nMost states require guardianship petitions to be filed by an attorney licensed to practice in the state where the action is is filed. In states that allow "self-help" the person(s) wishing to obtain guardianship of a minor child file a petition in the circuit or superior court in the …city or county where the child resides. The petitioner(s) are required to pay all court costs and accompanying fees. \n. \nIn cases where a minor child/children have been removed from parental custody by the court a GAL is appointed to represent them until the court appoints a legal guardian. When this applies any acceptable family member or interested party may file a request to be appointed guardian and will not need legal counsel nor be required to pay legal fees. ( Full Answer )
To become a legal guardian of a minor in Texas, the parents willhave to be deemed unfit. Then a judge will determine a guardian forthe minor child.
Any adult, 18 or older, can serve as a legal guardian for a child under 18
You must establish your paternity if that hasn't already beed established and then you must petition the court for custody. The court will need a very good reason to order a change in custody. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in family law.
A court appointed guardian would need to petition the court for a license to sell the real estate. The court would review the matter and appoint a guardian ad litem to oversee the proceeding and make certain it is in the best interest of the ward.
There isn't a 'legal' age. It's pretty much whatever the parents want. That if, of course, if you are just watching kids for a family you know. However, if you want to get a job at a child care place, then it depends on the place itself.
Technically, in the law's eyes, it is said that once you hit the age of 15, unless there is a completely good reason as to why you cannot, you can have someone fight for you in court to see who can become your legal guardian. Of course, you'd have to state this to the judge, and therefore, you have …to say that you need to talk to the judge. Anyhow, that's how it is. 15-17, that's when you can. Moreso for the people 16 or 17. But when you're 17, you can technically 'run away' from your home under certain circumstances in which I don't know too much about. Anyways, good luck! ( Full Answer )
Technically if he is under the age of 18, yes, the parent or guardian can require the work establishment to remit the paycheck to them.
Yes, in most states your husband is considered to be a legalguardian of your son along with yourself. This varies depending onhow the custody of the child is set up through the courts if therehas been a divorce.
I don't think there is a legal babysitting age in WI. According to all the books i read it just matters if your ready, mature, and if you have taken the red cross babysitting course. Hope this helps
No. A step parent, or any other adult that does not have custody of a child is NOT a legal guardian unless a court has given this right to the step parent. This usually requires one of the biological parents to give up their rights or to been seen as unfit to be able to carry them out.
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.
Without prejudice refers to closing a case without preventing it being brought again. A case is 'dismissed without prejudice' means that when the problems with the way it was brought the first time were fixed, they would be able to bring it to the court again. 'With Prejudice' would mean that the ca…se could not be brought again. ( Full Answer )
A spouse can be a legal guardian in certain circumstances. If onespouse becomes disabled or incapable of taking care of their ownaffairs.
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 ( Full Answer )
A stepparent is not considered a legal guardian. In some cases they should be and can be granted legal guardianship by the courts, but they are not automatically a legal anything. Legal guardianship is a separate issue. Stepparents are considered legal strangers to their stepchildren.
A caregiver is someone who accepts and takes responsibility for the well being of any Individual. This may include patients, family members and partners. A guardian has legal power and control to make decisions for or as the individual. This power varies and may include any or all of the followin…g: Financial, health care decisions, and estate and person. ( Full Answer )
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 responsible for the food, health care, housing, and other necessities of a person deemed fully or partially incapable of providing t…hese 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." . ( Full Answer )
This depends on whether there is a family member who is willing to act as legal guardian. If no family members available then the child is placed on foster care. Answer Any person who is willing to step in and act as the parent of the child can be appointed as long as they are of legal age. I…t could be a relative, friend's parent, caring neighbor, older sibling, grandparent, aunt or uncle or some other person who is interested in providing a home for the child. A prudent parent can name a guardian in their will for their minor children and the court will be more likely to appoint that person if they are willing. Anyone who wants to be appointed as the legal guardian can petition the court. The court will have the situation reviewed by court appointed professionals who will report back to the court with their recommendations. If it is determined the guardianship is in the best interest of the child the person will be appointed. ( Full Answer )
If neither of the child's parents are able or willing to care for the child in a safe, loving environment, the grandmother can petition the court for custody of the child. You will need to retain an attorney, and you will also have to provide proof that the parent(s) are not either willing or able t…o care and provide for the child. You can also petition for the court to award child support to be paid to you by one or both parents if you do become the legal guardian of the child, as well as requesting that they maintain medical insurance on the child. ( Full Answer )
In general, you don't ever get to decide who your legal guardianis. You can make your wishes known to the court making thedetermination, and they should take them into account, but they'renot in any way constrained by them.
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Someone has to drive you to and from the exam who is a licensed driver. It does NOT have to be your legal guardian. For example, if you have been taking lessons, the driving school instructor may take you in the school car.
The legal guardian of a child in a case must be at least 35 years and must be a working person.
The married parents, the parent with legal custody, or any other adult who has been appointed the legal guardian by virtue of a court order. In certain legal matters a parent may be required to be appointed a child's legal guardian in order to represent the child in matters of estate such as when… a child inherits property or receives a monetary award. ( Full Answer )
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 lim…ited powers over the ward, and thus is a "limited co-guardian." ( Full Answer )
That will be decided soon, either by the family or in a court custody case.
A legal guardian must be an adult e.g. 18 in most countries. Anyone of any age can have a guardian appointed if reasons warrant.
Age of Majority in Mississippi is 21. If an adult child has an incapacity limiting their ability to take care of their own affairs, than yes.
The person with the legal right and responsibility to provide for the care of an international student. This includes the student's biological or adoptive parents.
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Certainly. For example, foster parents and grandparents are often given legal guardianship of a minor child by the courts if the parents are unable to care for the child.
There are 12 States in the U.S. That requires ALL parties involved in the conversation (All Party Consent) to be made aware that the conversation is being recorded. These States are: California Connecticut Delaware Florida Illinois Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Montana New H…ampshire Pennsylvania Washington . The following 38 States require that at least ONE person (One Party Consent) involved in the conversation has given permission for the conversation to be recorded including the person doing the recording:. Alaska Arkansas Colorado District of Columbia Georgia Hawaii Idaho Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming . This falls under the United States Code: Title 18.2511. As long as you actually take part in the conversation and are doing so in a State that allows "One Party Consent", it is quite legal to record the conversation without another paty in the conversation giving permission or even being told that they are being recorded. Hope that fully answers your question... ( Full Answer )
As it addresses humans. you have legal possession over another human, regardless of age, by court order or notarized agreement. My oldest daugter is my legal guardian due to my health.
Currently, there are no laws addressing this, however there is a move to create them to stop men paying child support checking to see if they are the father of the child.
I believe you are confusing a "guardianship" with a "power of attorney for medical affairs." If so... the answer would be yes, IF the patient voluntarily granted you that authority.
No definition or expansion upon the term "guardian" is offered. . . SO . . . as a GENERAL statement, no. However some situations may require it, or demand you be bonded. You will have to be more specific in the wording of the question or you will have to check with the FLA authorities regarding th…e specific circumstances you are inquiring about. ( Full Answer )
If you were old enough to pick your legal guardian, you wouldn't need a legal guardian.
In whatever court the document is filed. It varies by state, but it is typically the county's probate court.
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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.
Yes. Your husband can become another person's legal guardian if the guardianship is approved by the court.
If a child lives with the mother and she is not the legal guardian may the legal guardian take the child?
The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed. The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed. The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless th…e mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed. The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed. ( Full Answer )
The person who wants to be appointed the guardian needs to petition the court. If there is already a guardian they should join in the petition, requesting a termination of their own appointment. If the child is under the custody of parents they should consent. The person who wants to be appointed t…he guardian needs to petition the court. If there is already a guardian they should join in the petition, requesting a termination of their own appointment. If the child is under the custody of parents they should consent. The person who wants to be appointed the guardian needs to petition the court. If there is already a guardian they should join in the petition, requesting a termination of their own appointment. If the child is under the custody of parents they should consent. The person who wants to be appointed the guardian needs to petition the court. If there is already a guardian they should join in the petition, requesting a termination of their own appointment. If the child is under the custody of parents they should consent. ( Full Answer )
There are a few requirements to become someones legal guardian. You must first obtain guardianship papers from your County Clerk or Probate court. Fill those papers out completely, return them to the court, and pay any fees associated with filing them. The court will investigate your petition, an…d you must prove that said person needs a guardian, that they are incapable of making decisions for themselves. The entire process could take a couple of months. ( Full Answer )
At 16 assuming you have a good place to move to and take care of yourself and don't party too much or do anything criminal and stick to school/work. In that case your parents can force you to come back.
it is a specialized docket of cases. A judge will hear the case from beginning to end. For a litigation to become complex it will have to involve multiple parties, large amounts of money and contain complex legal issues.
Not necessarily as there are different situations that may meanthat a child does not live with either of their parents.
That would depend on what the will said. It is usually the "executor" of the will who has responsibility for doing what the will says. IF you are the legal guardian (and the executor) and you do something you should not then the beneficiaries of the will will be able to sue you personally for any lo…sses. Go and get advice form a solicitor/attorney before you do anything. United States The executor has absolute control over the property in a decedent's estate. The duly appointed executor (or personal representative) must be given authority in the Will to sell real estate. If not, she needs a license from the court to convey any real property. A legal guardian could assent to the sale on behalf of the ward and the executor would distribute the proceeds according to law. If a ward inherited real estate and the estate has been processed, a legal guardian would require a license to sell the real estate from the probate court. The court would appoint a guardian ad litem to monitor the sale and report to the court whether it is in the ward's best interest. In this case the guardian should hire an attorney to supervise the process. The guardian would be personally responsible for any errors that have a detrimental effect on the ward or their assets. ( Full Answer )