• October 21, 2021

‘It’s not fair’: The florida guardian service says it’s not being fair

FLORIDA GENTLEMEN’S COURT: A judge says a state court judge has ordered the guardianship service, which manages guardianship for thousands of Floridians, to return millions of dollars to a man who was arrested last year for allegedly threatening to kill a judge.Michael J. Johnson was arrested in August 2014 on charges of making terroristic threats,…

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When ‘I, Frankenstein’ hits theaters, the sequel is still a mystery

When “I, God” hits theaters on March 5, 2019, you can expect a lot of mystery surrounding the mysterious and enigmatic film.“I Frankenstein” was the second installment in the Universal horror franchise that began in 1979 with “I Heard a Voice,” which brought the concept of Frankenstein to theaters across the country and eventually led…

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How to transfer guardianship of children with autism

Oklahomans are trying to transfer the guardianship rights of a child with autism, a move that would allow them to have a home, family and social activities without the need for a court order.Oklahoma law requires guardianship for children with disabilities to be transferred to parents or legal guardians for the child’s “long-term care.”In the…

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Which US citizens will get guardianship in the US?

In the US, if you live in a state that allows same-sex marriage, you can apply for a guardianship if you’re a same-gender couple or parent of a child who is adopted out of the foster care system.The process can take up to two years.But if you don’t live in that state, you’re out of…

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‘Laws on the books’ to give children legal rights

Transfer of guardianships, temporary guardianship and guardianship from the court to the parents are all being considered by the state as a way to give the children legal protection.The move has been met with opposition from some quarters as it will allow parents to use the courts as a temporary place to protect their children,…

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