- The court usually approves guardianships for minors
- You need to be at least 18 years of age and be a US resident to qualify for guardianship
- Guardianships protect the interests of the minor child. For instance, you must enroll them in a school and take them to the doctor when required.
- You can revoke a court-approved guardianship by filing a court order
At Granholm & Gynac, we are happy to help you establish guardianship over a minor, whether you’re a relative, friend, or grandparent. Contact us today to consult with a family attorney on minor child guardianships.