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Recent Posts in Guardianship Category

Guardianship in California

Are you interested in becoming a guardian of a child? If you have taken a child in, or if you plan to, you’ll need to become the child’s legal guardian in order to make decisions about the ...
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Grandparents' Visitation Rights in California

Societies everywhere recognize the important role that grandparents play in grandchildren’s lives. Grandparents can provide love, moral support, guidance, and affection, and sometimes ...
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When Grandparents Seek Guardianship

Family relationships can be complicated. Even when parents do their best to properly raise their children, a stable childhood does not mean that their children will grow up to be the best of parents. ...
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California Recognizes Same-Sex Marriages on Birth Certificates

California is currently one of 19 states that allow same-sex marriage. While the history of same-sex marriage in the state is tumultuous, on June 28, 2013, the decision to ban same-sex marriage was ...
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The Term "Incompetent" in Regards to Guardianship

When a person is considered incompetent, he or she will typically be given a guardian. In traditional families, parents are always the guardians for incompetent individuals. In some cases, parents may ...
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