A guardianship letter is a legal and binding document that allows the parents or guardians to transfer the guardianship of a child temporarily. The letter gives the rights of a legal guardian of the child to the grandparents or close friends or relatives for the time period the parent(s) are away.
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How to Write a Guardianship Letter
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356 Street no. 23
San Jose, California
July 16, 2022
Williams and Elizabeth Grey
601, Twin Towers
Re: Temporary guardianship of child, Kaira
From July 25, 2022, I, Hannah Grey gives temporary custody of her daughter, Kaira Grey, to grandparents Williams and Elizabeth Grey. I will be in San Francisco from the date mentioned above due to a job transfer. I will not be able to provide care and meet the needs of my child for the time period.
This document is a legal bondage that gives my parents the right to obtain medical facilities and take any decisions concerning the needs of my child for the period.
Hereby, in good faith, I hand over the custody of my child, Kaira, to her grandparents, Williams and Elizabeth Grey.
The address of the apartment I will be staying in is 704, Street no. 90, San Francisco. The new phone number that I will be using is +1 (123) 9876543.
The child’s pediatrics doctor is Dr. James Stuart and serves in Care So Hospital, Harbor Road, San Jose. The phone number of his clinic is +1 (456) 7890123. The child’s dentist is Dr. Harry Polka and his clinic is on the Seventh Street, San Jose and the phone number of his clinic is +1 (123) 456789. This letter has been filed in both the clinics.
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