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Guardianship in California

Establishing Guardianship in California

California guardianships give an adult who is not a minor child’s biological or adoptive parent custody rights over that child and/or manage the child’s property; however, the biological parents do not permanently lose all of their parental rights. A guardianship ends when the child turns 18 and graduates from high school or if the court decides to terminate it. Continue learning…

Guardianship: Where to Begin

California Guardianship Forms

Guardianship Forms

Begin the California guardianship process with these legal forms. 

California Guardianship Statutes

Guardianship Statutes

California guardianship law. The technical, legalese filled rules governing guardianship. 

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