My grandmother has guardianship and kicked me out 6 months ago. I am now pregnant an she wants me to move back. Do I have to move back ? Can I revoke her guardianship?
To change the terms of a court-ordered guardianship, you have to see the judge who ordered the guardianship. If there was an attorney involved, call the attorney Monday morning. If your grandmother kicked you out because of your pregnancy, it may be time to make peace and stay with her until you are 18. You are going to need some help with that baby and family is where you go first for that kind of help.
The father of your child needs to be helping you with prenatal expenses and will need to pay child support when the baby is born.
Start with the Programs for Pregnant Women at the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing. Call 800-221-3943 and they will refer you to the local office in Grand Junction or try the phone book. Good luck to you.
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