Guardianship for minor::Legal guardian
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Guardianship for minor Most countries and states have laws that provide that the parents of a minor child are the legal guardians of that child, and that the parents can designate who shall become the child's legal guardian in the event of death, subject to the approval of the court. Some jurisdictions allow a parent of a child to exercise the authority of a legal guardian without a formal court appointment. In such circumstances the parent acting in that capacity is called the natural guardian of that parent's child.
Legal guardian sections
Intro Guardianship for incapacitated senior Guardianship for minor Guardianship for developmentally disabled adult Rules applicable to all guardians Guardian ad litem Estates and financial decision making Settlement guardians ad litem Situation in other countries See also References External links
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