What would you like to do?
Answer A legally adopted child will be treated as any other minor. Their adopted parents have the same rights and responsibilities as a biological parent. … So, the answer is probably 18.
Foster children are generally placed through the state they residein. Foster parents are certified through the state. So, no, unlessthere is a court ruling allowing the move, …it is not legal to moveto another state with a foster child.
A foster child is temporarily in the custody of an individual, couple, or group home, but the legal guardian for that child is still the state. An adopted child is permanent…ly in the custody of an individual or couple, who are the child's permanent legal guardian(s)
Yes. This will happen for several reasons at the child's request, if there are repeated problems with the foster parentsat the foster parents' requestin order to split siblin…gs that need to be split (per therapist recommendation)in order to reunite siblings that have been separatedabuse report on foster parent(s)
Foster children are cared for by a foster parent, this "parent" has custody of this child. With Adoption a child is handed over to a new set of parents who have gone through …all the necessary things to become the parent of that child. This child will not be taken away from them and has a steady, stable home that most foster homes can not provide fully.
Not sure what your question is but that happen.
No, it doesn't matter if they are in foster care.
From personal experience I can tell you that adopting a child is incredibly rewarding, and can make a family feel complete, but more importantly it gives the child a sense of …belonging, and with joining a foster family it can feel like work b/c you never know for how long your going to be staying with the family, but if they are a good family, it feels great to be part of a loving environment.
It dependes if you have a thing that says you can't talk to them, no but otherwise yep!
Possibly, but you cannot adopt a child until their current parent's parental rights have been legally terminated.
It may have EVERYTHING to do with the laws of your particular state - but usually unless the legal parent/guardian of the child surrenders any claim, they remain, legally, the… child of that parent. Your question would best be directed at a the Family Court of your particular jurisdiction or to an attorney who specifically practices in the area of 'family law.'
no not really having a that job anyway is like being a child minder they could in a way but i don't see why they would want to.
In Foster Care
They don't need Parent permission because they are the legal guardian, but they might need to discuss it with the social worker. But it is able to happen!
In Foster Care
No you can't. A foster child has frequent visits with his family as required my state policy. Actually, in my state, the child must first be placed as closed to… his home area as possible. Check with your area state agency.
No. Foster parents are supposed to be as parents.
If the child's parents are no longer in the legal picture, then there are steps to follow in order to adopt the child. Many foster children are in foster care while their …parents get education, jobs and/or get off of drugs, so the child or children are not available for adoption.