Authorization Agreement For Nonparent Relative Or Voluntary Caregiver

If you haven`t yet obtained written permission from your parents, Texas Family Code Chapter 35 has created a way to seek that permission from the court. See go to court to obtain a temporary authorization for the custody of a child. A parent can sign an « authorization agreement » form to give a close relative or licensed non-romance the power to care for and make decisions for a child. Unlike a court order, an authorization agreement can be terminated at any time by the parent. LINK TO THE FORM HERE. And if a parent who has not signed the authorization agreement does not have a court visit or court order, you do not have to send a copy of the agreement to the non-signatory parent if any of the following applies:. . .