Once notice has been given to the necessary people, but before the scheduled court hearing, a court investigator will interview the relevant individuals, including the child in some cases. The investigation may include home visits, review of the child’s school and medical records, background checks on the person seeking guardianship and any other persons living in their residence. Learn more about guardianship v. conservatorship in California in this presentation.
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