Who needs a Temporary Guardianship Agreement?
A Temporary Guardianship Agreement is a common Anchorage Christian Schools form to be filled out by their students’ custodial parents in front of a notary public. Therefore, there are two parties involved in the Temporary Guardianship Agreement: the custodial parents and the individual (or individuals) to whom the guardianship is granted. For the minor child’s/ children’s benefit, the person granted with a guardianship should be the one who parents trust and who knows the child/ children well enough to get along.
What is Temporary Guardianship Form for?
Temporary guardianship can be exercised when parents need to leave home for a long period due to various reasons: work or health conditions, etc. The completed Temporary Custody Agreement allows a person indicated in the document to gain a parent-like control over a minor child/children.
Is Temporary Guardianship Agreement accompanied by other forms?
The necessity to provide any attachments to the completed temporary custody form totally depends on a particular case when it is completed. The procedure of filling out the agreement does require presenting any statements or other forms.
When is Temporary Guardianship Agreement form due?
The effective period of the Temporary Guardianship Agreement is to be established by the parties depending on their needs.
How do I fill out the fillable Temporary Guardianship Agreement?
To be appropriately concluded, the agreement must clearly indicate the parents awarding the guardianship, the minor child or children (their names and birth dates), the person (or persons) who are being awarded the guardianship (names and contact information). The agreement must also include a statement of consent, duration of the temporary guardianship, notary public’s authorization.
Where do I send Temporary Guardianship Agreement?
The copies of the completed and notarized agreement must be retained by the parents and the temporary guard (guards) to be presented in the case of necessity.