I've tried to read through the messages and then decided to just start a new discussion and possible get some information. Hi, my name is Sam, and our 17 year old grandson has recently moved in with us. His mother won't sign papers over for us to have legal guardianship, but she doesn't want responsibility over him. She wants to have her control and giving over legal guardianship takes that control from her. Our son, who was taken out of the child's life since a very young age (mom moved the family 1,500 miles away and made sure we didn't have communication) never gave up legal parenting, and is willing to sign any legal papers, but I don't know if they BOTH have to sign them or what? Does anyone have information on how to get legal guardianship, please? Thank you!
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