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Guardianship (Script) Premise: An orphaned child taking care by her aunt. Aunt seeking financial assistance. Orphan having properties inherited from her parents Intro: Conrado and Conchita Dimakababa died in a tragic car accident, leaving their terminally sweet child, Eddalita, in the care of her aunt, Basyang Adimas. Before their tragic death, Conrado and Conchita, transferred some of their properties to their child, Eddalita. A year has paased and Auntie Basyang, while taking care of Eddalita, is having a hard time and is in dire need of financial assistance in taking care and supporting her niece’s needs. Believing in the supernatural and due to desperation, but mostly because she believes in the supernatural, Auntie Basyang consulted a Manghuhula(Fortune Teller) for some advice from the spirits. ------------ Manghuhula’s place ---------- Attendant 1: Hello, Ma’am! Welcome to Madam Ooorang’s Fortune Telling, palm reading, pharmacy, bakery at iba pa. How may I help you? Auntie Basyang: Ah, Yes. Is Madam Ooorang available? I would like my fortune be read. Attendant 1: Yes Maám. Please follow me. ------------ Entering Madam Ooorang’s quarters ----------- Attendant 2: Please sit Ma’am. I will be Madam Ooorang’s interpreter. Madam will be with us shortly. * Madam Ooorang enters the room and sits. Madam Ooorang takes the hand of Auntie Basyang. Madam Ooorang: *Talking gibberish Attendant 2/Interpreter: Madam is saying that you have a dilemma and it concerns a child. A terminally sweet Girl to be specific. Auntie Basyang: WOW! You’re so good Madam. Yes, madam. I am taking care my terminally sweet niece, you see her parents died leaving me the only living relative of the child. I love my niece but I am having a hard time taking care of her. I am living alone you see, I have a job but things are kinda rough right now. She has properties under her name left by her parents but I personally don’t know what to do with it.
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Madam Ooorang: (suddenly speaks) You need to consult a lawyer Ms. Adimas. Being the aunt and a living relative of the child, you may file for appointment as guardian of the minor child. Auntie Basyang: *shocks. You can speak madam?
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  • Summer '14
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