Q: Kinship affidavit versus PoA
My son is a 14 year old terror right now (stealing, lying, drugs, etc) I, his mother am married with 4 kids of my own. The oldest is 17, then the 14 yr old and a 4 & 3 year old. I have had to kick him out of my house because of unmentionable actions, that I am seeking residential treatment centers therapeutic school or even military school at an attempt to help him help himself, should he want the help. My question is a simple question that I hope merits a simple answer...my brother was the last of our family members that was willing to open his home to my son. With my son living at my brothers house, he will be in a new school district which means we will have to change addresses and school systems. However, my brother nor I want to change custody nor do we want to move guardianship to him. We simply want my son to live with him and he be responsible for his education and all the inter [arts of it whether academics or any sort pf activities. Would we be able to draw up a simple Power
A: The circumstances of your case are unfortunate. In this case, temporary guardianship seems appropriate. Temporary Guardianship is usually filed in Probate Court; this will allow your brother to register your son for school in the district where he resides. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case.
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