I had a DCS case and I signed guardianship over to my parents, so my DCS case was closed. I was going through a tough time. My daughter wants to move back on with me and my parents think I have to go back to court. I'm not wanting guardianship back isn't it at my parents discretion to make the decision to let my daughter live with me.
Usually you do need to go back to court to terminate the guardianship. If you are not ready to do that, the guardians do have the authority to allow children to spend time with you - they are in charge of supervising them. Some guardians will not want to do that. Not appears you should discuss your situation with an attorney who could file a motion to terminate the guardianship - who h would require you to show the court that the guardianship is no longer needed and that the reasons the court granted the guardianship are no longer present. I am available if you wish to discuss more by phone. Feel free to call me at 317-714-0495.
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