My grandmother is the guardian of my brothers,sister, and cousin. She is now unresponsive at the moment. What's the best way to get guardianship of them? Would I have to go to court?
If you are in a position to be guardian of the children, then you may petition the court to be substituted as the guardian.
First, I have to assume you are talking about a court- (or DCF)-appointed guardian. If it is just an informal arrangement - as I see many posts in this category are - there is no legal basis for the guardianship and you can petition the court to be appointed their guardian and go get them from her when you have the court papers in hand. Assuming this is a legitimate guardianship, if your grandmother is non-responsive, you may petition the court to have her removed and have yourself appointed. Of course, just because she is not responding to you does not mean she is not doing her job as guardian. Before petitioning the court, you should investigate a little about why your grandmother is not responding to you.
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