What steps do I need to take to revoke a temporary guardianship?
My dad convinced me to sign temporary guardianship of my 2 kids so he could add them to his insurance. It was only notorized, not court ordered, and I don't even know if the papers were filed with the court. How do I get them back? What are the steps I need to take to get them back. And is there anyway I can speed up the process?
First you need to take the paperwork you signed to an attorney to read. I am not quite sure of what you signed. If you can "rescind" or "revoke" the temporary guardianship with a certified letter that may be all you need. But the best thing to do is to go to court and have the court issue an order revoking or rescinding it. The court can, at that time, declare you to be the legal guardian of the children. But what I am concerned with here is that you did not mention their other parent in all this. They will have to be notified of any court proceeding. And if they had to sign the temporary guardianship then it may not be legal in the first place. Good luck.
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