What is the standard to terminate a guardianship in Oklahoma?

Memorandum | February 4, 2019 | Download PDF The following are excerpts from cases pulled by the Ross Intelligence research tool using the exact question posed in the article title. Learn more about Ross Intelligence in our earlier post. Excerpted Results from Ross Intelligence (“Deep Matches”) In re Guardianship of C.D.A., 2009 OK 47, 212 P.3d 1207 ¶ 7 Pursuant to section 4-804 of title 30 of the Oklahoma Statutes, a temporary guardianship may be terminated when it is no longer necessary. It is deemed "no longer necessary" when the impediment to the natural parent's custody has been removed, unless to do so would be inimical to the welfare of the child. In re Guardianship of Hatfield, 1972

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Current Legal Market Legal services is currently about a $437B industry in the United States .[i] However, the legal needs of roughly 80% of low-income Americans and 40-60% of middle-income Americans go unmet every year.[ii] No matter how you do the math, that leaves a lot of revenue on the table. There have been many studies of the unmet civil legal needs of low-income Americans (and a few studies of the needs of middle-income Americans). However, calling for more altruism from the legal sector has not closed the gap. Charity is not a sustainable business model. The solution, then, must be a market-based approach. This is an open letter to innovators; let’s get to work. Alternative Models I

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