Standby Guardian Laws (Copyright © NAIARC)
Publication Year: 2005
Type: Report, 47 pages
This publication gives the legal definition of standby guardianship and its history, and lists the reasons parents have used standby guardianship. It also explains how standby guardianship works and how to overcome obstacles for putting an arrangement in place.
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