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Answered 3 days ago by Patrick Johnson
To complicated to answer in this forum. You need to consult with an attorney in your area.
Answered 3 weeks ago by Diana L. Anderson
You need to find an attorney in the Atlantic City Area. Call an elder law attorney in Atlantic County. The person has to be competent to sign the POA.
Answered 3 weeks ago by Michael E. Fiffik
If both of you can consent to the guardianship proceeding, that would be best but its not necessary. You will need to give the other parent notice of the guardianship proceeding.
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