My mom gave me papers to a court hearing 4 days before court. She had them over a month. She handed them to me and refused to give my son to me. She also knew I would lose my full time job if I missed work, which I did, even after showing proof of being in court. The hearing was for permanent guardianship, and was extended til Dec. due to my lack of knowledge and time to prepare. The court granted her temp. guardianship, BEFORE I lost my job (due to the hearing) and now I may be evicted because I have no income. All this is a "control ploy" to make me go to rehab, which stems from "paraphernalia" found at my place, while I was at work, wasn't mine,may have been a girl I let stay with me a year ago. How do I get my kid back, especially now without resources? This is so unfair! Please help
You are presenting a poor scenario. See if there are a non-profit in you area who can help you with legal counsel.
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You cannot get the temporary guardianship terminated. All you can do now is attend the December hearing prepared to prove you are a fit parent, including following any provisions of the temporary orders. Thankfully there are lots of jobs available in the Reno/Sparks area this time of year so you should have no trouble finding something . . . maybe even working two jobs until you get your children back. You should also at least consult with an attorney (try the lawyer in the library program, or Nevada Legal Services) as there must have been more to what was in the guardianship papers for you to have lost custody.
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Get a job, go to the hearing but don't expect much. You might get some help from Nevada Legal Services or Washoe County Legal Services in Reno. They are "pro bono" agencies that assist people of limited financial resources.
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