Q: Can a mother give temporary power of attorney to grandmother without permission of father
A: I'm not sure the question you are asking is truly what you intend. A power of attorney is a document where one person gives another the authority to take certain actions for him or her and in his or her place. If you are a competent adult you can do this and do not need any else's permission. If you are asking about something related to guardianship or child custody that is a whole other matter. You may want to sit down with an attorney to run through the entire situation and advise you on what you are trying to accomplish.
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