Throne & Hauser Attorneys at Law work to protect children in divorce and family issues. Children all deserve a loving home in which to grow, learn and thrive. We can help in cases regarding the guardianship of one of more children and aim to provide the best outcome for each child.
What is Boulder City Guardianship?
Guardianship is the process when a court orders a party who is not the child’s parent to have custody of the child and/or manage the child’s property. Typically, a Boulder City guardianship case is brought by the party who wants to obtain guardianship of the child or by a family member asking the court to designate a guardian.
Make sure not to confuse adoption and guardianship. In an adoption, parents’ rights are permanently ended and the adoptive parents are awarded the permanent rights of guardianship. Courts do not supervise adoptive families, which is common in a guardianship. Boulder City courts can also annul guardianship rights at any time, when and if the child’s parents are able to provide care. Courts often supervise guardianship relationships and throughout a guardianship, the child’s parents maintain the right to contact the child and make certain parental decisions.
Boulder City Guardianship Responsibilities
Guardians are responsible for taking care of a child’s basic needs, such as:
- Providing food, clothing and shelter
- Providing a safe and protected environment
- Facilitating physical and emotional growth
- Providing medical care
- Providing basic educational opportunities
Guardianship Attorneys in Boulder City, Nevada
If you are seeking guardianship of a child in Boulder City, or you want the court to find a guardian for the child of a loved one, you need an experienced Nevada guardianship attorney. Throne & Hauser can help you navigate the legal guardianship procedure so that you can ensure appropriate love and care for the child.