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The ex spouse has sole custody of two minor children. She has been incarcerated with felony charges, and will most likely have to do time. As it stands her father is trying to get her bonded out and put in a mental health facility.
In the mean time, the childre have been with the father, the maternal grandparents have papers where the ex has signed over power of attorney to them, and apparently custody.
What rights does the father have?This has happened all within the last week. They only way she can be bonded out is to agree to go into a mental health facility, which the maternal grandparents are trying to make happen. Mother lived in marital home in Douglas County. The children have been with the father since the arrest, and do not want to leave. And have been having some long weekend visitations as long as the mother was in the mood for it. I am not understanding how a Power of Attorney, can be valid, if someone is so mentally incompetant that the parents want her committed. She also has pending charges in another county.
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