I became homeless almost 2 years ago and had family friends be temporary guardians of my 2 girls. They ended up switching it to a permanent guardianship and then moves to utah. I don't know what I can do to terminate the guardianship.
They should not have been able to move to Utah without the permission of the court and transferring the guardianship to a Utah court. However, if you are now a fit parent, you can file to terminate the guardianship. If the case is still in Nevada, file here. If the case was moved to Utah, you will have to file there. While the case is called a "permanent guardianship" it is not actually permanent. Unless your parental rights have actually been terminated in a court proceeding (which is entirely separate from the guardianship), you can seek to terminate the guardianship.
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I agree with my colleague Ms. Whitbeck. I suggest that you retain counsle to assist you in the court that presently has jurisdiction in the matter, either in Reno or UT.
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