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How Long Does it Take to Get Guardianship? The length of guardianship proceedings vary case to case. If nobody contests the guardianship or the petitioner's appointment, it may only take 1 \u2013 2 months. If there are complications, it could take 3 \u2013 4 months.
To become a legal guardian in Arizona, you must file a petition with the court and attend a hearing. At the hearing, you must provide documentation to the court about the case. Only a judge can make someone a legal guardian. It must be shown that it is in the best interest of all parties involved.
The appointment of a guardian does not terminate the parents' rights or affect the child's inheritance rights or affect the parent's obligation to contribute to the support of the child.
Once the guardian is appointed, the court will issue letters of guardianship. The letters establish the rights of the guardian and may be required by school districts or other authorities to establish the guardians right to make decisions for the child.
The guardianship is granted through juvenile court. These guardianships are permanent, meaning you will keep the child in your care until he or she is either 18 years old, or there is a court order revoking the guardianship. There will be a hearing when trying to obtain the guardianship.
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Once the guardian is appointed, the court will issue letters of guardianship. The letters establish the rights of the guardian and may be required by school districts or other authorities to establish the guardians right to make decisions for the child.
How Long Does it Take to Get Guardianship? The length of guardianship proceedings vary case to case. If nobody contests the guardianship or the petitioner's appointment, it may only take 1 \u2013 2 months. If there are complications, it could take 3 \u2013 4 months.
A formal hearing must be started by petitioning the Court for either a limited or general guardianship. There must be a hearing in the county the person lives in to determine if the adult is incapacitated and unable to take care of themselves without a guardian.
For Temporary Guardianship/Conservatorship for an Adult You want the court to appoint, on a temporary and/or emergency basis for a period of not more than 6 months, a guardian and/or conservator for an adult.
The guardianship is granted through juvenile court. These guardianships are permanent, meaning you will keep the child in your care until he or she is either 18 years old, or there is a court order revoking the guardianship. There will be a hearing when trying to obtain the guardianship.

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