When your child needs a guardian anytime you need one, there are certain procedures that must be followed. For example, you cannot allow your child to make any decisions for himself or herself and your child's medical condition is paramount, in which case the court will appoint a guardian for him or her. If there are any issues with regards to medical decisions or you feel that your child is making decisions for himself or herself, the court will appoint a legal guardian.
The first step is for the court to determine if the child will live with the guardian. The court may appoint the child's parents or grandparents as guardian when they will be unable to care for the child. If the court believes that the child will live with you, the child will have to go through the court hearings. These hearings may last a few days and you will have to give up custody of the child for a short time period.
If the court decides that the child will live with the grandparents or with the parents, you will have to go to court. Again, these hearings may last a couple of days and you may have to give up custody for a longer period of time.
Once the court has appointed guardians for your child, you can contact them. You will have to inform the court about your child's condition, and that you want to visit your child for a few days, so that you can be sure that your child will receive proper medical care.
At the end of the hearing, you will have to give the court copies of your medical records. After this, your child will have to move in with a guardian or parents. The court will then appoint the guardian or parents and they will take over all the responsibilities regarding the welfare of your child.
The court will assign a guardian who will be responsible for the child's care. This person will be responsible for paying for the child's housing, feeding, clothing, medical care, and educational expenses. If the court feels that the parents are incapable of taking care of their child, the court can appoint another person. The appointed guardian will be responsible for making all arrangements and will have to pay . . . . . . for everything the child does not have to pay for.