My 15 yr old was not doing good where he was living in florida with my mom who has permanent guardianship of him. He ran away she was going to sign him over to his paternal grandfather who couldn't deal with him either. They sent him up to a friend of the family where he is doing good at. So they need to put him in school transfer from wpb fb to Hartsville SC. now my mom wants to do POA for them and believes they need to be present with her.
Under FL law, in order to move your child to another state is going to require the permission of the guardianship court overseeing your son't guardianship in FL. Your mother will have to file a petition to obtain that permission. It is also going to require that a new guardianship be opened in SC. One reason is that when there is a guardianship in place in FL, FL will not transfer the ward to another state unless a guardianship is set up for that person in the new state. Another reason is that most school districts will not allow a child to enroll in its schools if the responsible person (parent, guardian) does not live in the school district. As your son's guardian, your mother is required to be represented by an attorney. She should talk to her attorney about this matter.
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