Can she take it back plus we found out she is getting a SSI check in Co her how she can change that it's a combination of lies that hurt her tho her mom is a new kind of Manson but we want to make sure we have it info before we step in and take some action longer we wait the more she puts in the 10 year olds head and she had it in my girls head that her daddy rape her just to turn her from him when he left her plus she like ad power over my girl
This question is difficult to understand, but if you want to try to end this guardianship, you (if the father) or girlfriend need to see an attorney ASAP. The court will decide on what is in the best interests of the child.
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