Notarized Temporary Guardianship

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    Notarized Temporary Guardianship

    My daughters BF lives in NY where we use to reside a few yrs back and he has been staying here at our home now in Vermont, for the summer. He lives with his Grandma but his dad has sole custody of him.He grew up in a not so stable home and over the last few yrs and divorce he has lived with mom, then dad and now Grandma. He even had to stay back a yr because of the moving around. He is a junior this year but will be 18 in february. After a lot of talks & thought my husband and I are allowing him to stay here with us to have the support and stability he needs. His Dad is 100% for this as is his grandma. If his dad downloads a form for Temporary Guardianship and gets it notarized will that suffice so he can go to school and if he needed to go to hospital (he plays football). Once he turns 18 about 6mth from when school starts he will be considered an adult and all of that would be null & void anyway,correct? Is it legal to do this ?Thanks


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    What state do you live in? What state do the parents live in?

    This is certainly something that can legally be done.

    On a matter like this, you would probably do well to hire a family lawyer to quickly and simply draw up the exact required documents. This should not cost a lot because of the fact that there are not any adversarial issues here...i.e. none of you guys is fighting over custody in any way, you're all on the same side in wanting what is best for the child. I would suggest contacting a family lawyer in your area. They could draw this kind of thing up so quickly for you!


 

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