Although the process of obtaining guardianship is similar to adoption, California guardianship does not permanently end a parent’s parental rights. The primary reason for granting guardianship of a child is incarceration, substance abuse, or a serious illness. During the appointment process, a judge will consider a variety of factors to determine if you’re the right person to raise your child.
If you have custody of a child, the courts can grant temporary or permanent guardianship to a relative. In this case, the guardian was not the biological parent. Although the relative had offered to be a temporary guardian for the child, the parents did not want the relative to take care of the child. The relative filed for temporary guardianship, which the court-approved. Because the parents had legal and substance abuse issues, the Probate Court referred the case to a social services agency for further investigation. Although the social worker did not file a Section 300 petition, he recommended the adoption of Kaylee. The social worker made the recommendation that a permanent guardianship should be filed.
When guardian receives guardianship, they are given all of the responsibilities of a natural parent. This includes making decisions regarding the child’s emotional and physical well-being. Additionally, the guardian may ask for welfare payments and foster care payments to support the child. If the parents are unable to pay child support, the county may attempt to get that money from the other parent.
California has temporary guardianships. Temporary guardianships allow the guardian to make the final decision for their child even if they do not have custody. The guardian can enroll the child at school and receive benefits on the child’s behalf. This is one of the most important reasons for seeking guardianship.
A guardianship regardless of whether it is granted to a child or for a person is a legal document that both parents sign. The guardian is granted full legal and physical custody of the child. The guardian has full legal and physical custody of the child. They can make decisions about the child’s welfare and health and can also decide on the child’s education. However, a temporary guardianship can be difficult to obtain, which is why the applicant for a temporary guardianship must first apply for temporary guardianship.
In California, guardianship is granted when a parent cannot provide care for the child. This happens when a parent is unable to care for the child or has not met the requirements of care. In such cases, a guardian is granted legal responsibility for the child. The guardian has the power to enroll the child in school and receive benefits for the child. California law requires that the guardian is in a position where the child’s well-being and health can be protected.