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you can appoint your mother as guardian as your child.
you can appoint her mother as Guardian legally through your will and changes can be made through adding a simple codicil (an extra section) to your will.
It is possible to leave a simple signed statement of wishes on the matter of guardianship.
however, including arrangements in your will should make the process simpler in the unlikely event they are required. We should just note that, ultimately, a decision will be made in the best interest of the child but your stated appointment of a guardian is likely to be very persuasive.
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if you have add your name in your will as guardian of your child then you do not need to do any thing else.
if you want to add now her mother's name as guardian then you will have to prepare a codicil.
i have already explained to you that decision will be taken in the best interest of the child but your wish will be considered.
A codicil means an amendment in your existing will.
you should Review your original will.
Write down the exact provision you are changing using the codicil, Write your new provision down, Sign and date your codicil.