The biological parents are trying to terminate guardianship and regain custody of biological child. The courts keep going to "Best interest of child", this is not a divorce case, where that is relevant, I need to know under what circumstances if even possible, could the biological parents loose the "Parental Preference" since Nevada has "Parental Preference" laws. Can a natural parent ever loose their parental preference? Are there statues that I could research for this answer. It's complicated and really just need to be pointed in the right direction of Parental preference categories. Also if parents can lose "parental preference" is it forever?
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