How to Be Given Temporary Custody of Grandchild?

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For grandparents wanting to have a temporary custody of grandchild, one must acquire a power of attorney signed. This can be done by first having to talk to the grandchild's parents. With the parents consent, a power of attorney can now be signed.
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