As your daughter is emancipated (whether by age or by marriage), you do not currently have any entitlement to information without some written authority from your daughter. At this moment, you have no options.
For that to change, you would need to somehow intervene in the matter regarding your daughter. As such you need to enlist the assistance of an attorney who is familiar with both Disability Law and Guardianship/Conservatorship Law . It would be best for you to retain an attorney before your son-in-law's case reaches a conclusion.
I hope this information is helpful in answering your question(s).
~ Kem Eyo
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I advise that you speak with an attorney familiar with disability issues and family and probate law. There are too many issues to deal with them in this general forum. I suggest that you possibly contact the following attorney. She is one of the "go to" attorneys in this general field. Good luck.
Ruthann P. Lacey
Law Office of Ruthann P. Lacey, P.C.
3541-E Habersham at Northlake
Tucker, GA 30084
Phone: (770) 939-4616
Fax: (770) 939-1758
You could file a petition to try to challenge that your son-in-law is acting in the best interest of your daughter. I agree with the other posts that to accomplish that you will need to speak with an attorney face to face who handles issues related to guardianship and disability cases. This is a highly specialized area of practice and the case should be handled by someone with significant experience handling similar cases.
Best of luck to you, and I admire you for fighting for what is best for your daughter.
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