Chaco wrote:It was honored in Wisconsin and notorized in TN, no where do I see where dazee or sky said a judge in TN signed it.
But that is beside the point. What ej said just about sums it all up.
I think Dazeemay's daughter did say something about a judge signing it, but again, that's BESIDE the point! (Just like you said)
These temp. guardianship papers are used all the time out here and there's no death or dying people involved. No military either. I've given it quite some thought and I'm having trouble thinking of very many people that have the "standard" family of dad, mom, and kids all being biologically related to each other. Most of the families I know are the results of a divorce or different fathers for the kids, or whatever.
I actually know two different families that signed guardianship over of ONE of their children just so the child could stay in the same school. One family moved out of state and signed their son over to a relative so he could stay with his friends. He was a Senior in high school at the time. He's now older and he decided to follow them down here to California recently.
The other family has a daughter and they simply moved a town over. The daughter, 10th grade now, stays with FRIENDS during the week, and goes home on the weekend. They can see her anytime they want and she can go home or call or whatever during the week. The papers HAD to be signed in order for her to stay in school here. This has been going on since she was in the 8th grade.
These are just two families that I personally know. I've heard of others that are doing it too.
A question for you Chaco,
Were these childrens parents in question by CPS? Was CPS involved at all?