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Can the grandchildren who live in Ohio get guardianship over their grandmother who lives in New Jersey and have a power of attorney.

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Dustoff is correct. Judges want a Guardian to be within their jurisdiction. You won't get a guardianship in NJ, you are too far away and the judge has no means to summon you to court across state lines.
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