You need to consult with an attorney in your area for assistance.
However, when the guardianship was established, there were probably some specific reasons set forth for the need of the guardianship. In order to terminate the guardianship, you will need to prove to the Court (if this matter is contested) that those reasons are no longer in issue. In some cases, this can be very difficult and, as such, a competent family law attorney should be consulted and, if possible, retained.
In addition, you should start, if you have not already, developing a journal in which you keep detailed notes about all aspects of your interaction with the children, the interaction of the guardians and/or any other relevant information. This journal will be a valuable tool for your attorney and to be used at trial (the termination hearing on the guardianship).
Further, it would be helpful if you start securing other "evidence," which you can use at trial. Once again, a family law attorney can help you with all of these matters.
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Hire an attorney, file a petition to terminate the guardianship. At the hearing submit evidence showing that you having custody is in your son's best interests.
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You may petition for termination of the guardianship at any time. However, you should engage professional legal counsel for this purpose to ensure you take all appropriate steps, such as notices, home study, etc. If you wish to engage my services, please call for an appointment. In any case, good luck!
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It depends on if present guardian has a temporary or permanent guardianship. If she has a temporary guardianship you will need to file a motion seeking to rescind the temporary guardianship based on the current situation. If she has a permanent guardianship you will need to also file a motion to justify why the court should change guardianship to you.Ask a similar question
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