Typically, a minor child’s legal guardian is one or both of his or her parents. sometimes, however, a parent may not be able to provide for the minor’s needs., whether due to death, severe illness or incarceration. If you or a loved one is exercising responsibility for the care and control of a minor who is not your biological child, it is best to seek Court approval, appointing you as the official Guardian of the Minor. This will allow you to act on behalf of the minor, just as his or her birth parents would be able to.
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