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They can constitute temporary guardianship for many purposes: the difference between guardianship and temporary guardianship is the length of time it remains in force. A guardianship is usually permanent, while a temporary guardianship usually ends after a set date and you are no longer able to manage the affairs of another. The temporary nature of this type of guardianship can put you through a health crisis or give you control over the wealth of a minor child until that child grows up. . . .