Many of our wonderful clients are “third party custodians”- often grandparents, aunts, or uncles who are (sometimes unexpectedly) raising little ones with the informal consent of one or both biological parents.
Third party custodians are often referred to as kinship caregivers. (We also refer to them as “heroes.”)
Kinship caregivers sometimes encounter challenges when enrolling children in school, seeking medical treatment, filing taxes, or securing health care insurance.
If you have questions about formalizing your authority to act as a legal custodian of a child, let us know.
We can help.