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    lasvegas51 is offline Junior Member
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    Guardianship Laws for Nebraska

    The state is Nebraska, here's the question. I have a sister who have guardianship over one of our sister's. The sister with guardianship do not keep the rest of the family up to date on what's going on with our sister in regards too her health, finance and all other issues regarding her. Is it true by law she have too keep the rest of the family in the loop regarding our sister.What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lasvegas51 View Post
    The state is Nebraska, here's the question. I have a sister who have guardianship over one of our sister's. The sister with guardianship do not keep the rest of the family up to date on what's going on with our sister in regards too her health, finance and all other issues regarding her. Is it true by law she have too keep the rest of the family in the loop regarding our sister.What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?
    Actually no, she has no legal obligation to keep the rest of the family "in the loop".

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