Can in the best interest over ride a guardianship?
It absolutely can. I had many (including the professionals) tell me I could not move my BIL from his Memory Care closer to home because I had "no authority."
Guess what? I moved him.
When my husband's mother's guardian had paper work made out to place her into a nursing facility, every one tried to tell him "there is nothing you can do."
Guess what? He put a stop to that and his mom got to go stay with her granddaughter.
So my advice to some is, "Don't you ever give up on your loved over what someone else says." You keep fighting for their best interest. Be strong. Be courageous. Stand firm. Don't be moved.
I am tired of the negativity and false hope because there is hope.
Can I tell you "Good and Love" will over ride "Bad and Hate" any day.
To God be all the Glory. : )
I am feeling good today folks. : )
We are on the battlefield but can I tell you "We are going to make it." Can I tell you keep pushing? It's not over.
I am thankful for the two I take care of in my home. Thankful that I can help my father who has his own body aches and pains, with my mom who has some dementia.
Thankful that I can take food and gifts to my BIL. Can go visit friends and family who are sick and disabled.
I'm telling you, " I LOVE IT".
One step at a time. We got this.