A forced guardian is a person whose parents, siblings, or grandparents are incarcerated or in jail and must not be released to the public.
It can be a parent, grandparent, or other family member who has not yet received permission to leave.
The court must make an order that the person be allowed to leave with them.
Some states have also passed laws that require that a child be accompanied by an adult who can provide medical care and supervision.
These are called guardianship laws.
A forced child can also be a juvenile who is under 18 years old and can not leave without a court order.
Children can also petition to be released.
If a child is placed in a foster home, the foster parent or guardian may be required to take a forced guardian action.
A child can file a petition for release with the court and get the person to sign a release order, but it is up to the judge to decide if the person is a child and can be released under these laws.
If the court agrees, the person can be returned to the person’s family.