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284878 04:07 PM 08-20-2015
Originally Posted by MrsSteinel'sHouse:
you could do the other as guardian
The parent that is not DNA related, can not legally make medical discussion with out the DNA parent signing off legal rights, which is done in foster care and adoptive cases.
I say this because my sister, the step mom to my nephew could not legally make any decisions when he was in the hospital in a coma. They had to wait for my BIL to get there. So unless they changed the Law the "step parent" does not have the same rights as a DNA parent.

So I would list the "step parent" as guardian.