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family.findlaw.com/guardianship/how-to-establish-guardianship-of-a-child-faqs.html

Can I appoint a legal guardian for my own children? Yes, and doing so is good planning. In case of the unfortunate event that you become unable to raise your ...

ptla.org/guardianship-minor

But what can you do if the natural guardians are not able to take care of the child ? How can you help that child? One way is to become the child's legal guardian.

www.government.nl/topics/family-law/question-and-answer/how-do-i-become-a-child%E2%80%99s-guardian

To be a child's guardian (voogd) you must be legally an adult. You must not be suffering from a mental disorder or yourself be under a guardianship order for ...

www.kirkkirklaw.com/legal-resources/how-do-you-become-legal-guardian

How to become legal guardian We often face a time in life when a parent or other loved one becomes mentally incompetent or incapacitated and is unable to ...

www.wikihow.com/Apply-for-Guardianship

Jul 3, 2017 ... Decide whether becoming a legal guardian is right for your situation. Guardians are court-supervised caretakers for minors and incapacitated ...

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/how-guardianships-work-faq.html

Learn the basics about guardianships, including the difference between guardianship and adoption. .... The adopting adults legally become the child's parents.

children-laws.laws.com/legal-guardian/become-a-legal-guardian/process-of-becoming-a-legal-guardian

The process of becoming a legal guardian is detailed and may appear complicated and overwhelming. The application process for filing for guardianship of a ...

www.legalzoom.com/articles/appointing-a-legal-guardian

And as important as it is to consider finances for your child's future, designating a guardian---in the event that you should you ever become incapacitated---is ...

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Some parents choose to name a guardian for their children in the event that they pass away or become permanently disabled. If your grandchild's parents ...