We had a temporary guardianship hearing for our grandson last week. Basically it wasn't granted because the judge didn't feel it was an emergency situation. We have a permanent guardianship hearing in June. Now I'm worried that the judge is going to say, "well, everything seems to be going OK the way it is, so why do you need guardianship?" He lives with us full time and we provide 100% of his support. I'm going to go to the court and sit in on some hearings to see what kind of things they ask. Our lawyer did a really poor job prepping us to the temporary hearing - we just thought it was part of the process, we didn't realize we had to show why it was an emergency situation. If we had, there are things we could have said, but we couldn't come up with them on a moment's notice sitting in a courtroom in front of a judge.