I have temporary guardianship (till March 2008). I really want permanent custody of my 3 yr. old granddaughter, but I doubt my daughter will agree to it especially with that word "permanent". I intend to speak with her about extending the temporary guardianship for yet another a year and then meet with my lawyer to have the papers drawn up, yet again. I pray she will be agreeable to that. My granddaughter has always lived with me, as did her mother-till she moved out last March. It's such a long story. My granddaughter's father hasn't had anything to do with her since she was born. I guess I need to hear what others might do....or if anyone has been in this same situation....How do I handle this? Permanent custody would be the best....but I'd settle for another year of temporary guardianship. What do you all think?
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