How does a court date get wet without my knowledge?
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I presume you are asking about a court date being "set", it is likely that you mother obtained an "Emergency" guardianship, and she is seeking a Temporary Guardianship. The first "Emergency" order would NOT require you to be present, or for you to have prior notice. A "Review" hearing would then be set and you would be given notice of that hearing. You need an attorney for and Criminal Charges and also for the Guardianship. Meeting with an attorney (in or near the county where things are pending) is the only way you will know what your options are.
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