Q: Can A temporary Guardian of my child Up and move out of the county in CA without telling me ?
This guardianship is completely unjust, it has been done behind my back when i asked my sister for help she agreed no court involvement, signed the notarized document in a green ink. She involved the courts without informing me nor having me served, she hasnt let me see my kids in a year and hasnt let me talk to them in 8 months, she up and left the county 2 days before termination of guard hearing i had filed in march and held in july. she sold her house and left didnt tell me or the courts. The courts are playing dirty along side the advocate and the investigator with no doubt there was no reason to ever give her this legal guard and to deny me termination. it should have never taken place to begin with! My sister is a fraudster professional criminal and doing this for financial gain with no doubt in my mind, she is trying to keep my children forever and i dont know what to do my parental rights havent been suspended but im treat as if they have no cps involvement and no removal.
A: You need a family law lawyer right away to help you enforce your parental rights. Search for a female attorney with expertise in family law, guardianships and conservatorships. You can go to your local county bar association and ask for their lawyer referral service to help you find the right attorney for you. Do not delay, for time is of the essence.
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