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  • When Does Guardianship End in Oklahoma?
    When Does Guardianship End in Oklahoma?

    Guardianship is a legal arrangement between a guardian and child that ends when the guardian is removed, the minor child gets married, or the child turns 18 years old. It’s important to understand ...

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  • Can a Child Have Two Legal Guardians?
    Can a Child Have Two Legal Guardians?

    When a child has more than one legal guardian , this arrangement is called a co-guardianship. Co-guardians are people who may equally share roles in a child’s life, but they can also serve roles in a ...

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Oklahoma Guardianship
    Frequently Asked Questions About Oklahoma Guardianship

    Guardianship refers to the legal process of appointing someone to care for another person or their property. People who are dealing with guardianship for the first time often have many questions, ...

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  • Reasons to Request Guardianship for a Child
    Reasons to Request Guardianship for a Child

    While guardianship can broadly apply to anyone who can’t care for themselves, it’s most often associated with the care of a minor child. Legal guardianship over a child is a situation in which someone ...

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  • How to Terminate Guardianship Orders in Oklahoma
    How to Terminate Guardianship Orders in Oklahoma

    Can Guardianship be Terminated? There are many reasons why children may be placed with legal guardians . Sometimes these reasons include the parent’s incarceration, dealing with health issues, or ...

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  • What Makes Guardianship & Adoption Different?
    What Makes Guardianship & Adoption Different?

    Guardianship and adoption both involve someone other than a child’s birth parents fulfilling the role of a parent in the child’s life. More importantly, both of these arrangements are intended to ...

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