I'm sorry for your situation. I suggest you see a guardianship attorney in your area to see how you can get the "temporary" guardianship removed. Best of luck to you -
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Generally guardianship can be revoked at any time by the parent. Your mother could then file for custody, then proceeding to custody battle. I would suggest speaking to a local family law attorney and asking their advice. You can file a Motion to terminate guardianship in the family/district court.
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