When it comes to the legal welfare of a child, I am not in favor of a "do it yourself" kit. Making custody and guardianship decisions have long term effects. I think it would be in yours and the child's best interest to consult with an attorney as soon as possible.
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Chancery matters, especially when there is a transfer of custody is not a "one form fits all" There are many issues that need to be addressed that are VERY fact dependant
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I agree with the other attorney's responses. Any lawyer worth their salt will not give you a form for doing a guardianship. You need an attorney.
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