My daughter is almost 17. She used to live with her father but he passed away. She is now receiving survivors benefits from the SSA. I consented to her living with her boyfriend (18) because I cant provide her adequate living conditions. Thats why she lived with her father to begin with. She is in a safe and clean environment and most importantly she is happy and I have daily contact with her. And now I dont have any transportation. So I've been even less able to be physically present and verbal/ written concent are rarely accepted anymore. It would be beneficial to both her and I, for her boyfriend to have POA. Most of the time a notarized form is enough, but not her school. They have to obtain it from court records. Meaning we would have to file it with juvenile court. Does that mean that we will have to appear in court and or get approval from a judge? Wouldnt that mean that because I'm attempting to act in the best interest for my child and acquire assistance that i loose say over what is best for my child? are there any other options like submitting it to public records or literally any possible options that do not involve the permission or say of anyone but myself.
No, there is no temporary delegation or POA options for this situation.
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