by a judge.
No he should never be forced to reconcile with a abusive parent, then the troubles increase and he will take more time to recover.
In general YES As a minor and legally under control of a parent or guardian certain specific laws apply depending on location.
No, if the drug is legal, you cannot get into criminal trouble in the U.S. for doing it there. However, if you are later forced to take a drug test (such as by your employer), there may be negative consequences.
If you are not the child's parent, you do not have priority in a custody dispute with a biological parent. If the custodial parent is unfit and this is proven by CPS, the child can be awarded to another family member. But since you are not related to the child and are not his parent, you don't have any rights.
If their parent is not present to take advantage of their court ordered visitations the custodial parent should return to court to change the order, especially if there is a concern for the child's safety. The child has the right to be in the care and custody of the non-custodial parent during visitations and should not be forced to spend their visits with others in the absence of their parent.
48-72 hours. I use to take urine tests on a regular for drug rehab forced by court.
if the child is 18 or over you shouldn't have to pay any child support at all unless you have back child support
You haven't defined "the ministry". The government can take a child away from a parent who engages in drug abuse. A substance abuser is not a good parent. Their drug abuse clouds their judgment and causes them to neglect their child's needs. They cannot monitor their child's safety and their children usually face too much responsibility for their age. The state can take custody and place the child in a safe environment. You should be aware that it is not the actual drug use alone that is the issue but the effect it has on the parent's ability to raise the child. If your drug use is reported to the courts or Child Protective Services you would be ordered to submit to a drug test. You would test positive. The court would intrude into your life and take legal control of your child.
No one is forced to take part.
If they suspect you are doing drugs and you refuse to give evidence you don't they can remove the child from you so he is safe. They would then assume you are using drugs and a drug user is not safe around a child.
Depends on the drug. Some state not to take with grapefruit.
Depending on what drug you take and how often you take it, you can be a drug addict at any age really.
if you go to any plan parent hood and say you want birth control, they will explain all the different types. then the one you pick theyll fill you a script for it, and you can take it to any drug store and get it.
can a fail a drug test if I take clonazepan
This may be sufficient to warrant a change of custody to prohibit unsupervised visitation with the child and the non-custodial parent. It should also be reported to the licensing board.
Through a motion to the court, but there needs to be some overriding evidence necessitating this need. Also, the primary parent should also volunteer to take a drug test using a hair sample to determine any long term use. This should not be used to just circumvent a custody challenge.
Drug tests can not differentiate the means of taking a drug.
You'd be a terrible parent if you did
You cannot take a child out of the country without the consent of the other parent.
if you do not take drug test can you be fired
a gateway drug
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