It is always preferable for the child to stay with their parents. However, in some cases, the parents are not suitable for the proper growth of the children. During such situations, others might come up to take all responsibilities of the child. The court might grant the caregiver permanent or temporary Guardianship of Children. It entirely depends on the parent’s situation. The guardian is responsible for the overall development of the child. It includes medical needs, education, safety, shelter, food and more. Guardianship does not mean that parental rights get over. Moreover, they still have ownership over their children. Furthermore, the court can grant a permanent guardianship order for the child’s best future. And these decisions are generally given after the guardian has already been the temporary guardian of the child for some time.