In nz. None. As mentioned I would like to know about applying for a without notice guardianship. Chat is completed

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Hi, I am Janessa and I will be your legal expert assisting you with your legal needs today. Thank you for visiting Just Answer for help. I will write you again in a few minutes with my full answer to your question. Please, feel free to follow up with anything you like as I prepare the full answer to your question.

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If you want to make an application to the family court regarding without notice guardianship then it is placed before the family court judge for consideration immediately. Thereafter the judge is to make his decision on the ground that exists for such a court order which is made immediately.

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Hi Janessa. Yes but on what grounds would a judge make that order? Could it be on the grounds of threats to psychological safety or is it only physical safety eg threat of violence
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It can be on any of the grounds that are reasonable in the eyes of law that demand an immediate hearing.

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That’s very general
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That information is available online
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The reasonableness has to be measured in by the court with respect to care and protection, which may be physical or mental, sexual abuse, safety concerns, violence, and issues of concern likewise.

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Thanks for letting me assist you today. I want to make sure that you fully understand my response. Please, don’t hesitate to follow up with me if you need clarifications. Please, write to me if you need help with anything else.

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