Q: can permanent gaurdianship be appealed in court?
My mom got permanent gaurdianahip of my kids i want them back based on their not bei g enough evidence for the decision and my mom terminated her parental rights on me in 2005 legally she has no legal rights to me or my children..
A: Without more information, it is difficult to give you a good answer. It sounds like a court made a decision back in 2005. You would have needed to appeal that decision soon after, so I am guessing it is too late to appeal. Based on what the relevant court orders say, there may be other avenues. The most practical avenue outside of court would involve you getting on good terms with your mother.
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