Asked in Family Law for Puerto Rico

Q: i gave temporary guardianship to my cousin but i didn't go to a court or a lawyer i just signedknow i want him back

she doesn't want to give him to me she says i have no right but i am his mom and it was an agreement that he would come back with me

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Jose M. Rivera Santos
Jose M. Rivera Santos
Answered
  • Ponce, PR
  • Licensed in Puerto Rico

A: Greetings:

You have the right to and will have to file through legal representation in a court of law of law so you have your child back with you and for the court to evaluate if the agreement of temporary custody has been met and and that you are in the best position and ability to provide for your child and his/her well being. This will be establish by the strategy your hired attorney will establish and by meeting the jurisdiction requirements of law and jurisdiction.

We can agree that you have the right to be with your child, but anticipating that it is an adversative procedure, you will have to prepare a case that will have everything the law requires and a defense from someone who might question your capability or fitness to have your kid back with you.

If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us directly. we will be glad to be at your service.

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