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The child can look up to the godparent and learn from this person. Unless there is legal documentation that provides additional rights, the godparent is not a legally bound person to the family, and there is no legal process that can protect his or her rights to visitation or custody.
The answer is no. Although their status may be changing, godparents still fulfill only religious or cultural roles, not legal ones. Legal guardians, by contrast, can step in to become caretakers for children if parents become unavailable and make all practical decisions about housing and day-to-day life for them.
The child can look up to the godparent and learn from this person. Unless there is legal documentation that provides additional rights, the godparent is not a legally bound person to the family, and there is no legal process that can protect his or her rights to visitation or custody.
One way to do this is in a will. If both parents draw up wills, and name the godmother in the will as their preferred guardian, it is very likely the court will appoint her. It is also possible to appoint the godmother as guardian in a document that is not the will.
The answer is no. Although their status may be changing, godparents still fulfill only religious or cultural roles, not legal ones. Legal guardians, by contrast, can step in to become caretakers for children if parents become unavailable and make all practical decisions about housing and day-to-day life for them.
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A godparent's role is a moral and religious one; it is the role of a 'sponsor' and being named as a godparent to a child does not create a legal relationship between the godparent and the child. If both a child's parents were to die the godparent would not automatically become the child's guardian.
While the secular interpretation of godparent is a bit of a free-for-all, the Christian interpretation is not. To be a godparent to a Catholic child, you have to be a baptised, practising Catholic (although a baptised person from another denomination can serve as an \u201cofficial witness\u201d).
An atheist can be a wonderful influence in a child's life, but being a godparent is to be a representative of the religious community and an example of godly living (which is why they should be baptised and preferably confirmed), in addition to supporting them socially.
Godparents must be practicing Catholics who are at least 16 years of age and must have received the Sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation. If married, the godparent must be married in the Catholic Church or had their marriage blessed by the Catholic Church.
Godparents must be chosen by the parents or guardian and cannot be the child's mother or father. They should also be at least 16 years old and must be an active member of the church who has received the sacraments of confirmation and communion.

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