Q30: Just Like Other Daughters

““Will Thomas be giving up his parental rights?” She’s quiet for a moment. “I think it’s best, Alicia, don’t you?”” p. 259

This seems like a complicated legal issue. Assuming Margaret has guardianship over Thomas, does that give her the ability to act on his behalf in this case? Does it give her the moral right to make such a decision?

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