Whoever told you that the guardianship was reinstated needs to provide proof of that. The DA has no guardianship power, but CPS certainly does. There may be a dependency case open, and a guardianship was awarded through that case, rather than as a separate case. Or whoever is acting as guardian may simply be the current placement through CPS rather than officially a guardian. Just because a guardianship was terminated does not mean that the same people cannot go through other channels to get guardianship and/or custody. However, unless those claiming "guardianship" can provide you with legal documentation of their status, they have no claim to your child(ren).
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