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How to note Private Guardianship within a family

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Posted Thursday, March 26, 2015 - Post #34837
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How do I mark that the grandfather is the private guardian of grandchild?
Posted Friday, March 27, 2015 - Post #34849
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Personally I would create a 'foster child' pedigree link from grandfather to grandchild and change colour of line and also add comments to explain the relationship.

Alternatively use a Social Relationship and again add comments to explain the relationship.


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Posted Saturday, November 25, 2017 - Post #38390
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I had to do this where a grandmother was legal guardian of my client. It made more sense to use the Social Relationship because the line drawn went from the person's circle to the other person's square, instead of drawing along a family relationship line. I chose "Caretaker of" for the Social Connection, then I changed the line to dotted and gave it a color. What seems to go away, though, is the ability to add Display Text for the relationship. So I added a New Text Label and positioned it by the line.

Edited: Saturday, November 25, 2017 by 815012


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