Custody is a court-ordered arrangement providing for the care of a minor child by
the parents. A third-party custodian may be appointed by the court if necessary ...
Differentiating between custody and guardianship can be complicated because
they are ... Can the Biological Mother Change the Legal Guardianship of Her
Child? .... What Is the Difference Between Power of Attorney & Guardianship?
Jul 18, 2014 ... Guardianship and custody are similar but distinct concepts that describe the legal
relationships between an adult and a child. Although often ...
Custody, guardianship, and adoption are legal arrangements for the care of
children. Each is established by the court when for some reason children's
A guardianship establishes a legal relationship between a child and an adult
who isn't the child's parent, ... Nolo's Essential Guide to Child Custody & Support
Sep 19, 2014 ... I've had guardianship of my 2 yr. old granddaughter for 12 month due to ...
explain the differences between Permanent Guardianship, Custody and .... were
placed under arrest- interfereing with child custody- that started the ...
Jan 29, 2012 ... This is where the legal terms "guardianship" and/or "custodianship" often ...
temporarily takes over legal custody and physically places the child with a ...
What is the difference between temporary and permanent guardianship?
Although permanent guardianship legally ends when the child reaches
adulthood, most ... care & treatment and are granted physical custody of the child.
IMMEDIATE TEMPORARY CUSTODY of a child is granted to a custodial relative
by ... A standby guardianship is created by having the parents sign a document ...
that completely severs the legal relationship between the parents and the child.
Parents can have both guardianship and custody over a minor child but the
parent who has custody of the child can make decisions for the child without